Examples of grungy in a Sentence
After working in the garden all day, I felt sweaty and grungy.
a grungy pair of jeans
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Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat gets out all your grim, grungy bits, like the bags under your eyes.
Known for its greasy root, courtesy of the line's Rose Hair & Body Oil and Matte Pomade, and dry, grungy ends, the coveted style can be easily fudged with just a touch of Wave Spray.
Hiatt, who performs tomorrow night at the Beat Kitchen, moves through a wide variety of pop-rock sounds on the new album, emphasizing the twang in her grainy voice and digging deep into grungy grooves a la Neil Young’s Crazy Horse.
On Saturday, the 16-year-old fashion star stepped out in a rebellious combo that reminds us of all the good things that the grungy 90's produced.
The clip echoes nothing so much as the legendary Gap commercials of the 90s, and the callback to that grungy, sportswear-loving decade makes sense: fashion is in the midst of a massive '90s revival.
A landmark in hillbilly horror, Tobe Hooper’s grungy 1974 slasher classic The Texas Chain Saw Massacre has so far spawned seven sequels and reboots of variable quality.
There's a sleek, cold interiors out of a Samsung ad, a grungy black-and-white cityscape, and even a technicolor Star Trek-esque space ship.
In doing so, the group hopes to attract more tourists, shoppers and diners to a street that — because of the elevated tracks' canyonlike effect — many visitors to the city see as dark, grungy and imposing.
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Origin and Etymology of grungy
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
Synonymsbedraggled, befouled, begrimed, bemired, besmirched, black, blackened, cruddy, dingy, draggled, dusty, filthy, foul, grimy, grotty [chiefly British], grubby, dirty, mucky, muddy, nasty, smudged, smutty, soiled, sordid, stained, sullied, unclean, uncleanly
Antonymsclean, cleanly, immaculate, spick-and-span (or spic-and-span), spotless, stainless, ultraclean, unsoiled, unstained, unsullied
Related Wordscontaminated, defiled, germy, impure, polluted, tainted; insanitary, uncleaned, unsanitary, unsterile, unsterilized, unwashed; greasy, gunky; chaotic, cluttered, confused, disarranged, disarrayed, disheveled (or dishevelled), disordered, jumbled, littered, messed, messy, muddled, mussed, mussy, rumpled, scruffy, sloppy, slovenly, unkempt, untidy; raunchy, scuzzy [slang], shabby, skanky [slang], sleazy, squalid; collied [chiefly British dialect], crocked [dialect], fuliginous, sooty
Near Antonymsclear, limpid, pure; cleaned, cleansed, combed, groomed, neat, ordered, orderly, tidy; bleached, purified, whitened; bright, flawless, perfect, shiny, sparkling, unspotted, untouched; taintless, unblemished, undefiled, unpolluted, untainted, virgin, wholesome
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