grimed[ grahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF grimed
Synonyms for grimed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRIMED
"Later, Sir Oliver," answered the old soldier, wiping his grimed face.
His clothes were grimed and dusty, his collar limp and soiled.
A dozen men dashed out of the gloom ahead, smoke-stained and grimed.
The lumber he had wallowed in had grimed his heart as well as his garments.
He took her in his arms and looked down at her grimed and swollen eyes.
She was grimed and shellacked with dirt and grease, and smelled abominably.
The wooden gate, once white; which they had passed, was grimed and rickety.
The latter noticed that his face was grimed and his hands stained with dirt.
Her face was flushed, and her hands were grimed; but in her eyes was a keen satisfaction.
They were grimed and mud-spattered, hungry, and tired, and cold.