grubby-looking love

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  • We stood next to a covered bus bench, where a grubby-looking wino in a gray trench coat was sleeping.

    THE LAST GREAT GETAWAY of the WATER BALLOON BOYS

  • All they saw was a grubby-looking man holding a gun in his hand.

    Rogue Wave

  • “You will sit next to me until the morning,” Farik says, pointing to a grubby-looking chair in the corner off the hallway.

    The English American

  • Here's some fuddled old bezzer - bit like the man on the left above - in a grubby-looking mac muttering and pretending that the recent floods are somehow related to global warming.

    Archive 2007-09-16

  • And, as such, it'll reveal the new face of Club Paris just as soon as it can find a suitably grubby-looking chainsmoking woman with hairy armpits who smells a bit like dog poo.

    Paris Hilton-Related Newspaper Headline Of The Year

  • For example, Tadpole arrives home from her weekend away with Mamie and Papy on Monday evening, and the first thing to cross the threshold of my apartment is a proudly brandished hand bearing a rather ragged, grubby-looking pink plaster.

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  • One year, a grubby-looking guy was out there on a 6-foot-square piece of plywood, drinking Olde English 500 and smoking cigarettes.

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  • "What will you have?" inquired a young woman, tilting her hips in order to support her grubby-looking baby.

    Maigret's Rival

  • Ten minutes afterwards, a grubby-looking man in a slouch hat ambled up the asphalt path to the narrow door against which John was leaning.

    The Foolish Lovers

  • A stream of secretaries came up the Hall, two carrying chairs, and with them two grubby-looking old men.

    An Onlooker in France 1917-1919

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