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Grill vs Grille
Grill vs Grille. The industrious campers used their car’s radiator grille as a grill to grill their food. Get a perfect sear on your writing with ErrNET!
Grill as a noun is a metal framework used for cooking food over an open fire; a gridiron.
Grill as a verb is to cook (something) using a grill; to subject (someone) to intense questioning or interrogation.
Grille is a noun that means a grating or screen of metal bars or wires, placed in front of something as protection or to allow ventilation or discreet observation.
Grill and grille are types of homophones called heterographs, which are words that are pronounced the same but have different meanings and spellings. Be careful not to misuse these words in your writing. We guarantee that you will never misuse these words in your work if you proofread your writing with ErrNET copyediting technology!
Grill sentence examples:
I’m going light the grill and let it heat up for about 20 minutes before I cook the steaks.
I know it may sound unusual but I’m going to grill the peaches as part of our dessert.
Pleas clean the grill before you use it because the barbecue sauce I used on it last night made quite a mess.
If you are going to grill tonight, please pull the barbecue out and away from the bushes for fire safety issues.
You should grill the meat for five minutes a side then use an instant-read thermometer to check for doneness.
Grille sentence examples:
The grille on the car was covered with dead bugs from the long road trip.
During the fall season, the grille covering the large drain gets clogged with leaves every week.
After several home invasions in the neighborhood, the elderly woman had her sons install deadbolt locks on her doors and a metal grille on her back apartment window for extra security.
If you remove the grille from your car, the radiator will likely get damaged.
He searched for hours in the scrap yard for a replacement grille for his car.