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And it was draggled, begrimed, uncleanly, as never were the doves of Aphrodite.

Though his face was begrimed with dust and smoke, I at once knew his features.

I knew that my feet and my clothes also were begrimed with dirt.

His white set face now begrimed with smoke was ghastly to behold.

Panting and begrimed with smoke and powder, we stood looking at each other and around us.

I called to her in the bathroom, where she was punishing her begrimed face.

"You ask for a Monsieur Raymond," he said, as he scanned the begrimed pages.

The paint was old, startling in tint, and begrimed with smoke.

He was in truth emaciated, begrimed and in rags:—a true conqueror!

His musket was gone; he was hatless and his face and clothing were begrimed.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from be- + grime (n.). Related: Begrimed.

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