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grimy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrimygrim‧y /ˈɡraɪmi/ adjective 🔊 🔊 DIRTYcovered with dirt syn filthy 🔊 grimy windowssee thesaurus at dirty
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grimyNew York City is bigger, but crowded and grimy.Chris was in a grimy apron, sweeping up.A pile of grimy bed-linen lies in what was once a ward.grimy factoriesThe whole town was grimy from smoke and coal-dust.Each upper surface is further highlighted in a dusting of grimy soot.Her face was grimy, swollen from tears and smeared with food.Two doors down had grimy windows and grimier curtains, and a light shining from the kitchen.Then the townhouses give way to dowdy apartment complexes with grimy windows facing the street.It was difficult to see through the grimy windows of the cafe.
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