Synonyms for grit
Antonyms for grit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRIT
He's got to be flattered up, an' have some grit put into him.
For thrift, grit and perseverance, are a few of the rough grains in his character.
Peel the mushrooms; rinse them to remove any grit, and cut off the ends of the stalks.
Put them into a jar one by one, that none of the grit may stick to them; and when cold, cover them with the pickle thus made.
Says it's nothin' but just grit and hang-on that keeps him alive.
They, perhaps, admired his grit, his optimism; admired while they pitied.
Came a night at last when stamina and hope and grit won the long, long fight.
Wanted Mrs. Blake to wait and come on later; but talk about grit!
The most I could do was to resist the pull, to grit my teeth and cling to the advantage I had.
Still they proved their grit by keeping on, as if determined to stick it out.
Old English greot "sand, dust, earth, gravel," from Proto-Germanic *greutan "tiny particles of crushed rock" (cf. Old Saxon griot, Old Frisian gret, Old Norse grjot "rock, stone," German Grieß "grit, sand"), from PIE *ghreu- "rub, grind" (cf. Lithuanian grudas "corn, kernel," Old Church Slavonic gruda "clod"). Sense of "pluck, spirit" first recorded American English, 1808.