One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Central to the filmmaker's artistic licence are the habitually motionless displays of grunginess and despair.’
- ‘All of the scenery, especially the grunginess of the bricks and prison surroundings, look wonderful.’
- ‘Here he plays on the bass guitar as you'd imagine, adding more grunginess to make the track a bit heavier.’
- ‘The atmosphere was "edgy" and cool without relying on stinky grunginess to add to the place's "character".’
- ‘It's because of this grunginess, this accepted fact that chips are a part of lowlife, that they can be served, with a touch of irony, in the poshest places.’
- ‘When I got so disgusted with the stickiness and grunginess of my keyboard the other day, I decided to take action.’
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