Examples of grunge in a Sentence
I'm a fan of grunge.
I cleared the grunge out of the drains.
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With Jacobs, legendary hairstylist Guido Palau (famous for doing all of the hair in George Michael’s Freedom video and ushering in grunge beauty) conceived the look, turning to Etsy to source the locs.
Therefore, Alice in Chains are, by definition, the grungiest of the grunge bands.
The latter selection was a chivalrous salute to a band that rose amid the grunge phenomenon — the movement often charged with gumming up the gears for the flashier Sunset Strip rock scene that birthed GNR.
Pinterest Petty started a commercial run in 1989 that propelled his career through larger shifts in the music landscape, like grunge’s rapid ascent.
The band may be synonymous with Seattle and the grunge-rock scene there that spawned it, but Mr. Vedder was born and raised in suburban Chicago, and is devoted to the Cubs.
Catchy but definitely a little damaged, Culture Abuse fuses bits of Jay Reatard-style garage to the heavy guitar thrum of grunge's heyday.
In that frame of mind, the grunge from today is likely going to be tricky to scour efficiently.
Her look — androgynous, unadorned, capable of making even bad haircuts look good — came to represent a certain kind of grunge minimalism.
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Origin and Etymology of grunge
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
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