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grotty

(ˈgrɑdi)
mod. highly undesirable. (see also grody.) What is this grotty stuff they serve here?
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EVEN the hardiest of gardeners need a bit of persuading to venture outdoors when it's grottier than a grotto.
Is this the apogee of man's progress WELCOME to Britain, A Celebration of British Life, is a picture book illustrating the grottier side of our once great nation.
By this point we're sweatier, grottier and out of breath and amble down to the departure gate in a daze.
The tone of Mackintosh-Smith's journey is considerably grottier, to use one of the Britishisms that not-too-intrusively pepper the text.
But then none have had a prime minister with school-aged children in the state sector and a secretary of state whose offspring were educated at the grottier end of Sheffield.
House plants soon put on new growth so they can afford to lose their grottier leaves.