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Her hands were very grubby and her face not much better, but Edwin seemed not to mind the general griminess of his daughter.
MOLLY BROWN'S COLLEGE FRIENDSNELL SPEED
A spot upon a clean palm is more conspicuous than a diffuse griminess over all the hand.
EXPOSITIONS OF HOLY SCRIPTUREALEXANDER MACLAREN
Then he got into his engineer's—dungarees, touched up his face and hands to the required griminess, and sallied forth.
THE DRUMS OF JEOPARDYHAROLD MACGRATH
I don't know whether you will like our admiring you on account of your griminess, but we do.
AN AMERICAN GIRL IN LONDONSARA JEANNETTE DUNCAN
Yet there was something restful in the monochrome of the dresses, the dull smoke-griminess of the station.
ANTONY GRAY,--GARDENERLESLIE MOORE
Yet, for all their griminess, they had human hearts and voices.
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN THOUGHTVARIOUS
It was luxurious to splash in warm water and bath-salts after the enforced griminess of weeks.
THE HEADS OF APEXFRANCIS FLAGG
It is the griminess of modern warfare that strikes me as its most characteristic feature.
WAR LETTERS OF A PUBLIC-SCHOOL BOYPAUL JONES.

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