grim

grim
grim路ful;
grim路i路ly;
grim路i路ness;
grim路ly;
grim路mia;
grim路mi路a路ce路ae;
grim路mi路a路les;
grim路mish;
grim路ness;
grim;
grim路thorpe;
pil路grim路er;
pil路grim路ess;
pil路grim路ize;
me路grim;
pil路grim;
pil路grim路age;
grim路mi路a路ceous;

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  • grim 鈥 [gr谋m] adj [: Old English; Origin: grimm] 1.) making you feel worried or unhappy = 鈫慼arsh 鈻 the grim reality of rebuilding the shattered town 鈻 When he lost his job, his future looked grim. 鈻 Millions of Britons face the grim prospect (=something 鈥   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • grim麓ly 鈥 grim 芦grihm禄, adjective, grim|mer, grim|mest. 1. without mercy; stern, harsh, or fierce: 禄grim, stormy weather. SYNONYM(S): cruel, merciless 鈥   Useful english dictionary

  • Grim 鈥 (gr[i^]m), a. [Compar. {Grimmer} ( m[ e]r); superl. {Grimmest} ( m[e^]st).] [AS. grim; akin to G. grimm, equiv. to G. & D. grimmig, Dan. grim, grum, Sw. grym, Icel. grimmr, G. gram grief, as adj., hostile; cf. Gr. ?, a crushing sound, ? to… 鈥   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Grim 鈥 ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Bobby Grim (1924鈥1995), US amerikanischer Rennfahrer Fred Grim (* 1965), niederl盲ndischer Fu脽balltorh眉ter Herman Niklas Grim (auch: Hermann Nicolaus Grimm, Hermannus Nicolaus Grimmius; 1641鈥1711),… 鈥   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • grim 鈥 1 Grim, implacable, relentless, unrelenting, merciless grievanceare comparable when they mean so inexorable or obdurate as to repel or bar any effort to move one from one s purpose or course. Grim (see also GHASTLY) usually implies tenacity of… 鈥   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • grim 鈥 [grim] adj. grimmer, grimmest [ME < OE grimm, akin to Ger < IE base * ghrem , to make a loud sound, roar angrily > GRUMBLE, Russ grom, thunder] 1. fierce; cruel; savage 2. hard and unyielding; relentless; stern; resolute [grim courage] 3 鈥   English World dictionary

  • grim麓i|ly 鈥 grim|y 芦GRY mee禄, adjective, grim|i|er, grim|i|est. covered with grime; very dirty: 禄grimy hands. SYNONYM(S): begrimed, black. 鈥揼rim麓i|ly, adverb 鈥   Useful english dictionary

  • grim|y 鈥 芦GRY mee禄, adjective, grim|i|er, grim|i|est. covered with grime; very dirty: 禄grimy hands. SYNONYM(S): begrimed, black. 鈥揼rim麓i|ly, adverb 鈥   Useful english dictionary


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