grubbiness grubbiness


  • (n) the state of being grimy


  1. But he struggles furiously, engaged in the grubbiness of life through an inertia of commitment that is stronger than protective cynicism.
  2. They not only fail to exalt, amuse, enrage, inform, misinform or anesthetize; they also fall short of truly satisfying grubbiness.
  3. Watergate had both its grubbiness and its universality.


  • "Matt Handbury is a businessman of undoubted integrity - it just demonstrates the grubbiness of Wayne Swan that he is trying to smear a man like Matt Handbury," Mr Turnbull said.
    on Mar 1, 2008 By: Malcolm Turnbull Source:

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