Examples of grunge in a Sentence
I'm a fan of grunge.
I cleared the grunge out of the drains.
Recent Examples of grunge from the Web
Though the group was widely overlooked at the time, its impact roared in the years that followed, helping shape punk in the '70s and grunge rock in the '90s.
Her voice can be a girlish tease or a grunge scream, with its volatility matched by Ms. Laferte’s flamboyantly theatrical stage presence.
First looks were pure grunge, with lumberjack buffalo check, hiking boots and beanies.
America was a few years removed from the grunge explosion, in between two different pop-punk booms, and just starting to feel the impact of rap-rock and nu-metal.
For one, Brooklyn was giving off major grunge vibes, with his dark hair and smudged eyeliner, and the birthday girl matched in an all-black outfit, paired with a sultry smokey eye.
Rock and roll includes grunge, punk, classic and metal.
In the '90s, there were different styles that went along with the different influences in skateboarding, whether that be hip-hop or rock and roll and grunge.
Long Wearing a short-sleeved top over something long sleeved is both a bit grunge and a bit youthful — and can make winter dressing a lot more fun.
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Origin and Etymology of grunge
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
GRUNGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grunge for English Language Learners
: a type of loud rock music that was popular especially in the early 1990s; also : the fashions associated with this type of music
: heavy dirt
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