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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The sporting experience is being sanitised to the point of resembling a trip to the cinema and in the mission to remove it of its associated grottiness, the life-force of its character is being threatened, too.
Thankfully, the general feeling of grottiness has now gone but there have been other side-effects which will take more time to shake off.
LONG lie the miles between the much-loved grottiness of urban Liverpool and the clear air of County Cork, but Monty's Pass spanned that gulf on Saturday with a well-nigh clinical National victory that took the mother of all jumps prizes back to the 12-horse yard of Jimmy Mangan.
One of its case studies is Ladypool Road in Balsall Heath, which I believe to be one of the city's liveliest and most enjoyable streets, despite some elements of grottiness.
Pebble-dash outside, bare roughcast and whitewash within, the 1886 mission church that houses Darrell Viner's site-specific installation Eight Times Three, 2000, combines the spare elegance of an early Christian basilica with the utilitarian grottiness of a public lavatory.
The Brit Awards (ITV, Tuesday) riotously retained its red-hot reputation for guffaws, oh-my-gawsh gushing and grottiness.