from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective In a dirty, rundown, or inferior condition.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective thickily covered with ingrained dirt or soot.
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Dirty; shabby; in disrepair.
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- adjective thickly covered with ingrained dirt or soot
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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After many lazy years working in grungy shorts and torn ganji, we had an offer we could not refuse.
(link) Sounds like those were quite a bit fancier than the ones you find in grungy bar restrooms (which I figure were always done to the height of whatever guy cut the hole).
More accurately described as a grungy alleyway, it is a rare piece of not-yet-gentrified property in Manhattan, and it's adjacent to some luxury apartment buildings on First Street.
Nancy lives in this perfect world where everything's from Shabby Chic and looks really beautiful and I grew up in this kind of grungy Venice world with my parents and there was never a lot of money thrown around.
I went there once and I like kind of grungy areas but I am sorry that was too grungy and far from the city.
Even failiure has some kind of grungy humour to it when you look at it the right way, though.
Church has finally tired of the innocent look, and is trying out a new 'grungy' appearance.
The lighter locks are a big change from Kristen's usual look and she recently admitted she is even more "grungy" in real life than her public persona.
They were less "grungy" as Nirvana which is why they weren't breakthrough like Nirvana was. nirvana had an eccentric drug addicted mediocre songwriter to bring them in the spot light.
If you've ever been to Albuquerque, you know that it's got a kind of grungy, dusty, wind-borne discarded-newspaper vibe (far removed from its glitsy upstream Santa Fe neighbor), and director Christine Jeffs has left this slightly untidy appearance intact on the screen.