Definitions

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  • noun A vehicle that applies grit to icy roads to improve traction

Etymologies

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grit +‎ -er

Examples

  • Conservative columinist wants you to be "gritter" i.e. more willing to kill Muslims.

    Rad Geek People’s Daily – 2009 – January – 11

  • I wanted to re-do the piano track because it was a bit too live (too much sustain pedal), and Rashbre suggested a gritter vocal.

    Grittier Vocal? « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog

  • The roads pretty much depend on the frequency of the snow ploughs and the gritter lorries.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • The roads pretty much depend on the frequency of the snow ploughs and the gritter lorries.

    The Snows of Terror (part I)

  • Then the gritter drivers would be held up getting back from the salt mine by the dozens of accidents caused by recruiting 300 "volunteer" students to drive the gritters..

    Making Light: Snowpocalypse Part Next

  • Anyway, New Soviet Man would immediately transfer a shock brigade of gritter drivers to get the salt out, and then discover there were no drivers to spread it on the roads.

    Making Light: Snowpocalypse Part Next

  • Conservative columinist wants you to be “gritter” i.e. more willing to kill Muslims.

    Shameless Self-promotion Sunday #34

  • An irony oft-noted in these reviews and articles is that, whereas Moore's and Miller's masterpieces aimed to raise the sophistication bar for superhero comics with their revisionist, meta-, deconstructionist concerns, the influence that took hold amongst fans and creators was for more "mature" superhero comics--which is to say, superhero comics that are darker and gritter in tone, more "realistically" violent, and sexier.

    Archive 2009-08-16

  • The art of the politician is similar, I believe, to the used car salesman, the gritter and the other guys who sell dreams.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Wessel on Frank on Economists:

  • Dave was still at the top of his game then — though his style was a bit more gritter than his 70s work — which made it very appropo for this story.

    Legion Blogpost #3

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