- v make soiled, filthy, or dirty
- s thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot
a miner's begrimed face
- But now the air-raid sirens were silent, and the new factories, not yet built in 1941, were begrimed.
- To celebrate the 135th anniversary of Karl Marx's birth, East Germany's Red rulers bestowed a dubious blessing on the smoke-begrimed industrial city of Chemnitz (pop.
- Whether they belong to begrimed children in Pennsylvania coal mines, languid prostitutes in the New Orleans redlight district, or impassive Navajos on horseback in the Southwest .