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See definition of grimed on Dictionary.com
  • as insmudge
  • as insoil
  • as intarnish
  • as inbemire
  • as indaub
  • as indirty

synonyms for grimed

  • blacken
  • daub
  • spatter
  • sully
  • begrime
  • blotch
  • blur
  • defile
  • foul
  • grime
  • mark
  • plaster
  • slop
  • smirch
  • soil
  • taint
  • tarnish
  • besmirch
  • contaminate
  • debase
  • degrade
  • muddy
  • pollute
  • smear
  • smudge
  • sully
  • taint
  • tar
  • tarnish
  • bedraggle
  • befoul
  • begrime
  • crumb
  • defile
  • dirty
  • discolor
  • disgrace
  • foul
  • grime
  • maculate
  • mess
  • muck
  • muss
  • shame
  • spatter
  • spoil
  • spot
  • stain
  • mess up
  • muck up
  • muss up
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antonyms for grimed

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  • clean
  • purify
  • aid
  • assist
  • benefit
  • clean
  • fix
  • heal
  • help
  • improve
  • mend
  • please
  • beautify
  • brighten
  • cure
  • honor
  • lighten
  • praise
  • purify
  • whiten
  • polish
  • uncorrupt
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How to use grimed in a sentence

A dozen men dashed out of the gloom ahead, smoke-stained and grimed.
COLONIAL BORNG. FIRTH SCOTT
The lonesomeness of the Big Vacuum was getting grimed into him.
THE PLANET STRAPPERSRAYMOND ZINKE GALLUN
The black faces were grimed with tears; this changed social condition seemed nothing but a calamity to the well-tended household.
MOUNTAINCLEMENT WOOD
Dust-grimed and silent, their whips curled on their arms, their dogs lean and limping at heel, they passed McNab's.
THE PIONEERSKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
A hemstitched handkerchief, grimed and stained, was loosely twisted around his wrists, partly hiding the handcuffs.
THE ESCAPE OF MR. TRIMMIRVIN S. COBB
He looked down at his hands, grimed with the work he had been at; he smiled, but there was no mirth in his smile.
THE IMAGINARY MARRIAGEHENRY ST. JOHN COOPER
For three days he lived in grimed, greased, and oiled ecstasy, appeasing that sharp curiosity to know what was inside of things.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
His working dress was again careless; he reeked with oil, and his hands—hard, knotty hands—seemed to be permanently grimed.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
He took her in his arms and looked down at her grimed and swollen eyes.
BACK O' THE MOONOLIVER ONIONS
The latter noticed that his face was grimed and his hands stained with dirt.
AIRSHIP ANDYFRANK V. WEBSTER
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