Grades [noun]

Definition of Grades:

rank, step

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Sentence/Example of Grades:

He rapidly rose through the various grades, until he finally held the chief command of the army as lieutenant-general.

After cobbing, great care is required in sorting the ore into the respective grades of Nos. 1, 2, and 3.

These may be again classified under many different heads, as there are many kinds and grades of each.

Few and rare are they, and great is the price of the higher grades thereof.

There are but few grades of Manilla cigars, and most of them are solid and well wrapped.

There are various grades of Virginia tobacco, especially in that grown in Southside, Virginia.

At the foot of the hills the road follows the valleys with gentle curves and easy grades.

Truth to tell, they were officials of various grades from Scotland Yard, surely the most welcome among the wedding guests.

There were endless grades of distinction between the supremely wealthy and the absolutely poor.

There were grades of rank among the priesthood; but not more so than in the Roman Catholic Church.