1. covered with frost
    hedgerows were rimed and stiff with frost
    a frosty glass
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  • A dirty orange glow escapes from half-open hatches, grilled vents, and small square windows of grimy glass, and the clangour of beaten metal can be heard far out into the endless snowstorm. Weapon Of Choice short story – excerpt « INTERSTELLAR TACTICS
  • Scrambling to her feet, she zigzagged away across the wasteland, through the grimy cans an(l hubcaps and other roadside jetsam. COMPULSION
  • The flats tower above you - there are perhaps twenty five floors in the building, which looks grimy and worn.
  • The cookers would be in a really dirty and grimy condition. The Sun
  • He pulled a grimy handkerchief from his pocket and let fly with a wet honk into the rag, then he looked at them with bleary eyes.
  • That points to the likelihood that grimy hands had affected the silvering, either before or after it was applied.
  • The men were all very grimy, and their weariness showed in their filthy faces.
  • Drawing nearer we peeped with fascinated horror through the grimy, unwashed windows at the interior still life.
  • By twisting her body and bracing her legs to counteract the momentum, she barely managed to prevent herself from falling face-first onto the hard, grimy pavement.
  • The city centre has been spruced up in recent years, although to look at the grimy exteriors you wouldn't know it.
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