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grout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgroutgrout /ɡraʊt/ noun [uncountable]  a mixture of sand, water and cement or lime that you spread between tiles when you fix them to a wallgrout verb [intransitive, transitive]
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groutIn the bathroom, mildew had invaded the grout, and red towels hung over orange towels.Always use waterproof grout on tiled worktops; ordinary grout will harbour germs.After laying, the gaps between the individual mosaic pieces are filled with grout.
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