[ ɡɹˈɪtstə͡ʊn], [ ɡɹˈɪtstəʊn], [ ɡ_ɹ_ˈɪ_t_s_t_əʊ_n]
How to use "Gritstone" in context?
Gritstone is a type of rock made from the medium to very fine particles of quartz and feldspar. Gritstone is often found on the surface of a rock face, where it has been shaped by wind, water, and ice over long periods of time. The word "grit" comes from the Old English word "grith," which means "a particulate matter from the earth, such as sand, gravel, or mud.
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