gradely


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gradely

(ˈɡreɪdlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
dialect Midland English fine; excellent
[C13 greithlic, greithli, from Old Norse greidhligr, from greidhr ready]
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With the gusts from a perky autumn wind rushing across the moorland its the perfect place to begin a bracing cross country yomp or, alternatively, build up an appetite for a pint with a gradely country pub a mere stile jump away.
I AM the daughter of William Beaumont, who gave the interview to the pleasant young Irish reporter, Barry Gibson, regarding his article headlined "A Reet Gradely Idea", (Examiner October 4.
Our Lancastrian editor stands by the Yorkshire dialect website he found the phrase Reet Gradely on.