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- adj. comparative form of grizzly: more grizzly
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Parker's mug in the previous book, you'll see it's an older, grizzlier face, more gristle than meat, a face like a cauliflower ear.
The couple in that film met a grizzlier end -- in jaws of sharks.
It was like Christmas come early, and Streety was my younger, thinner, grizzlier Aussie Santa, but his cheeks still had a whole lotta rosie goin 'on You just try lookin' into those eyes and tellin 'me there ain't a twinkle.
And a grizzlier one from the Clinton years: Hands off the interns, too.
Andrew James: Early reports are that the new movie is simply a grizzlier copy of a superior film.
Parachute packs a foot-tapping pop melody into its fidgety frame, coming across something like a grittier, grizzlier
Today, TVTattle informs us that the man who plays Jack Bauer on 24, the man we’ve seen go from young punk to older, grizzlier punk, turns 40.