grotty

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grotty

Very unpleasant. This room is seriously grotty—it looks like no one has cleaned it in months.

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.