Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To broil; to grill; hence, To harass.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To grill; broil. See grill.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Poor little wrapped meat all alone in the fridge, waiting for the searing grilly love.

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  • Ramsdell, on my grilly days, would like nothing better than to stand and let me shy things at his head.

    The Brentons

  • (Oct 20 2008 19: 56 GMT) when even was my last gig? about six years ago, i think maybe june 2002. it all ended when i moved down to brighton. whenever i came back to rugby me and corey would play in our 'attic', but nothing "live". then i met grilly and after much messing about we formed rebessica, practiced and were almost gig ready (by my standards at least) before it all folded (and has since remolded into bruised pilgrim, strangely with corey and not me - boooo) when i first moved to copenhagen me and emil had a one time practice with one of his friends, but none of us were good enough to carry it - it was stillborn.

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  • "You look as fit as a fighting cock, when all the rest of us are grilly worms.

    The Brentons

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