grubby definition

  • adjective:
    • Dirty; grimy: grubby old work clothes.
    • Infested with grubs.
    • Contemptible; despicable: features a grubby way of treating others.
    • Dirty, unwashed, unclean.
    • Having grubs in it.
    • Dirty; unclean.
    • thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot
    • infested with grubs
  • noun:
    • Any species of Cottus; a sculpin.
    • Any types of Cottus; a sculpin.
    • the normal sculpin, a cottoid fish, Acanthocottus ├Žneus, of New The united kingdomt.
    • small sculpin of the coast of brand new The united kingdomt
  • others:
    • Dirty; unclean, like from grubbing.
    • Stunted; poor; peevish.
    • contaminated with grubs.

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