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Synonyms for graft

Synonyms for graft

money, property, or a favor given, offered, or promised to a person or accepted by a person in a position of trust as an inducement to dishonest behavior

Synonyms for graft

(surgery) tissue or organ transplanted from a donor to a recipient

the practice of offering something (usually money) in order to gain an illicit advantage

the act of grafting something onto something else


cause to grow together parts from different plants

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place the organ of a donor into the body of a recipient

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Gillian Tiplady, head of corporate social responsibility at Newcastle Building Society, said: "Our staff gave the Grafters Club a strong degree of support in the vote to find our new dedicated charities.
What I will do, though, as we get work in, is to help out and give priority to any guys who lost money through the old Grafters.
HOW TO GET YOUR BOOKPUBLISHED by Phaidon Press, Grafters by Colin Jones is pounds 35, but Sunday Mercury readers can buy it at a special discount price of pounds 29.
All of which had the Grafters crew in fits of giggles between takes for a new series of the hit ITV show.
The Sonic Foundry Skin Grafters Kit (SGK) allows users to create and share original, customized skins complete with animated graphics for a more exciting interactive experience.
Brian Dingwall Manchester After four years of the |rich getting richer and the grafters struggling to get even a 1% pay rise, why would anyone even consider voting Tory?
It was the grafters in the team that saw us through - that and a moment of inspiration from Matt Jackson's wand of a left foot which he waved generally in the direction of the ball and which hit him.
Employees at Newcastle Building Society adopted The Grafters Club as its charity for the year 12 months ago.
Grafters Construction Recruitment, who supplied agency workers to sites across the country, are understood to have gone into liquidation as a result of cash-flow problems.
The latter two are not only talented and often underrated; they are also hard grafters who have earned their honours and riches through dedication and personal sacrifice despite persistent injuries.
It's because Frank and his family are the hardest grafters I've ever had the pleasure to meet.
Angel is the obvious example, but Mellberg and McCann instantly spring to my mind as two who are real grafters and are the best quality we can expect in our current position.
Skipton Building Society has launched The Grafters competition to find a winner for the UK's first National Tradesman Award.
It also serves to show the hard grafters at the Dee4Life campaign, who have been tireless in their event- organising to save their club from the grubber, that the dough they are scrimping and scraping to raise is being put to good use by the players.
Harrison, one of the unsung backroom grafters at United, has been involved there for some 20 years, although he now works part-time.