groaty

grody

Disgusting or repulsive. "Grody" might come from the word "grotesque." Ugh, that smell is seriously grody—I'm practically gagging.

grody

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

groaty

verb
See grody
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For all Birmingham's charms - and I'm sure, once it's finished, they'll be more apparent - Liverpool and big public spectacles go together like groaty pudding and onions.
"Tripe leaves me cold," Mrs Parkes confessed, "and groaty pudding got a collective thumbs-down - it was just bland.
"Tripe leaves me cold," Angela confesses, "and groaty pudding got a collective thumbs-down - it was just bland.