Examples of grime in a Sentence
The windows were coated with grime.
this new product really cuts through grime
Recent Examples of grime from the Web
If drinking loosened me from the cloister of my body, then running involved inhabiting that body fully: sweat pooling in my collarbone, flattening my hair to my skull, coating my shins in layers of dust and grime.
Her utilitarian jumpsuit, also known as a boiler suit, was originally created to protect the wearer from dirt, paint and general grime.
For costume jewelry, especially if stones are glued rather than set, dab a cloth into the bubbly solution of dish detergent and water, and gently wipe any smudges or grime.
Dirt and grime is all over the place at the Washington station, which with 3.8 million rides in 2016 was the busiest stop on the line other than O'Hare Airport.
For exteriors, patio furniture, sidewalks, and driveways, a pressure washer strips away years of dirt and grime.
Always remove your rings when washing your hands or applying lotions — this keeps settings grime-free.
Now as the Oscar red carpet's being unfurled atop the grime of Hollywood Boulevard, and the shame of Weinstein is still too fresh to sweep under the proverbial rug, rain is hardly the awards show's biggest concern.
But the toddler quickly acquires grime through a game known as persistently picking up dirt, corrupting the information.
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Origin and Etymology of grime
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of grime for English Language Learners
: dirt that covers a surface
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