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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of grind.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of grind.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ground.

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Examples

  • "I just kind of grinded my way around the golf course,"

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  • Kim says he "grinded" in the final round and that he is "proud of the way I stuck it out."

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  • Jackson has stated in a letter to Simmons, 60, that he hugged and "grinded" her in a hallway at ESPN studios in Los Angeles, when he was there for "SportsCenter."

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  • "We knew the off-season was going to be a grinder and we just kind of grinded them."

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  • I didn't hit the ball as well as I'd like to, but I kind of grinded my way along the golf course today and had two chip-ins today, which was nice.

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  • "To win a game today where we kind of grinded it out - single after single after single - it was a real good sign for us."

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  • He "grinded" his players so much that a Colts front-office official came down to the practice field one day and told Christensen he "had to let up.

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  • "I didn't hit the ball as well as I'd like but I kind of grinded my way along and had two chip-ins, which was nice.

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  • Ming and Coko both grinded one side of him before bending over backward.

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  • My fingers grabbed the back of his head as I pressed my mouth to his and grinded my body up against him.

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