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grotty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrottygrot‧ty /ˈɡrɒti $ ˈɡrɑːti/ adjective British English informal  1 DIRTYnasty, dirty, or unpleasant syn manky a grotty little bar2 ill The next day I felt a bit grotty.
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grottyEither that, or like amateur actors of no great talent taking part in some grotty costume play.It was a grotty kettle, choked with lime on the inside and all its shine gone on the outside.People who live near a corner where another so-and-so has abandoned a grotty sofa bed.They are light, easy to set up and transport and they can cover a multitude of grotty walls.
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