begrimed

adjective
be·grimed | \bi-ˈgrīmd, bē-\

Definition of begrimed 

: made dirty or grimy : covered with grime The images in the newspaper and magazine photographs and on the television evening news programs were the begrimed and haggard faces of Marines in peril.— Neil Sheehan … a dismal collection of black, begrimed old pictures, rotting from their frames …— Wilkie Collins

First Known Use of begrimed

1865, in the meaning defined above

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