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Not to be confused with gout.
Grout is a construction material.
Grout may also refer to:
- Grout (automobile), early automobiles manufactured by the Grout Brothers in Orange, Massachusetts
- Grout Township, Michigan
- Harry Grout, character in the popular BBC sitcom Porridge
- Abel Joel Grout, (1867–1947), American botanist
- Josiah Grout (1842-1925), American Civil War veteran, lawyer, politician, and Governor of the U.S. state of Vermont
- William W. Grout (1836-1902), U.S. Representative from Vermont
- William L. Grout (1833-1908), U.S. Industrialist and co-founder of the White Sewing Machine Company in Cleveland Ohio (ancestor of the White Motor Company, truck and pioneer automobile manufacturer)
- Carl Grout, U.S. Industrialist and co-founder of the Grout Brothers Automobile Co. (1900-1912); son of William L. Grout.
- Fred Grout, U.S. Industrialist and co-founder of the Grout Brothers Automobile Co. (1900-1912); son of William L. Grout.
- C.B. Grout, U.S. Industrialist and co-founder of the Grout Brothers Automobile Co. (1900-1912); son of William L. Grout.
- James Grout (born 1927), English television and radio actor
- W. H. J. Grout (1839-1915), British inventor and manufacturer of high wheel bicycles in the 19th century
- Wally Grout (1927-1968), Test cricketer who kept wicket for Australia and Qiueensland
- Jonathan Grout (1737–1807), United States Representative from Massachusetts
- Daniel A. Grout (1862-1929), Canadian-born educator in Portland, Oregon
- Donald Jay Grout (1902-1987), American musicologist
- Jack Grout (1910-1989), American professional golfer best known as the ‘first and only’ golf teacher of Jack Nicklaus
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