noun as in food
verb as in dig, uncover
When it comes to more casual grub, you’re looking at a pretty standard concessions operation, with a few notable exceptions.
They gathered food in fruit trees above the pens, and the swine gulped down the guano and infected bits of grub that rained from above.
Meg may have weighed as much as three times more, and would have presumably required proportional grub.
From there, you’ll want to get a bit of grub, with a side of history.
It was more the job of Gollum, kneeling in the muck of the lowlands, head down, digging with bare hands alongside the grubs and earthworms.
Real-estate expert Julian Hitchcock told Grub Street he expects to see more chain restaurants pop up in New York.
The man who started the L.A. food truck craze shares his favorite spots to grab some delicious grub on wheels.
Nothing humbles an autocrat quite like the need to grub for votes.
Good grub, lots of monitors, and the waitresses are usually hot.
Summer is just over the surf, so start looking now for those hidden beach shacks where the best grub of the season is found.
It wasn't long before she surprised the object of her search in the act of eating a fat grub beside a pumpkin.
What of the infinite goodness of God in teaching the grub of the ichneumon-fly to eat up the cabbage caterpillar alive?
For that matter, he said, he didn't care a tinker's dam if we were; he had grub and bedding and we were welcome to both.
While we were packing grub and bedding on Piegan's extra horse, Lyn joined us, wrapped from head to heel in a yellow slicker.
She said Noo York took a turrible lot of money–clothes, and grub, and so forth and so on.
On this page you'll find 99 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grub, such as: maggot, worm, caterpillar, centipede, and entozoon.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.