grody


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Related to grody: frazzled, former, schmooze, natch

grody

and groaty (ˈgrodi)
mod. disgusting. (see also grotty.) What a grody view of the street from this window.

grody to the max

(ˈgrodi tu ðə ˈmæks)
mod. totally disgusting. (see also grody.) This pizza is, like, grody to the max!
See also: grody, max
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The average Guardianista [liberal politically-correct person] may find some of the sex talk grody to the max, since much of it is dicky-dunking [sex from a male perspective] and it's like barf me out
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