grimy

Grisy vs Grimy - What's the difference?

grisy | grimy |


As adjectives the difference between grisy and grimy

is that grisy is (obsolete) grim, grisly or grisy can be (obsolete) grey; grizzled while grimy is stained, or covered with grime.

Oily vs Grimy - What's the difference?

oily | grimy |


As adjectives the difference between oily and grimy

is that oily is relating to oil while grimy is stained, or covered with grime.

As a noun oily

is a marble with an oily lustre.

Taxonomy vs Grimy - What's the difference?

taxonomy | grimy |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective grimy is

stained, or covered with grime.

Grimy vs Grimily - What's the difference?

grimy | grimily |


As an adjective grimy

is stained, or covered with grime.

As an adverb grimily is

in a grimy manner.

Grimy vs Grungy - What's the difference?

grimy | grungy |


As adjectives the difference between grimy and grungy

is that grimy is stained, or covered with grime while grungy is dirty; shabby; in disrepair.

Grimy vs Dirty - What's the difference?

grimy | dirty |


As adjectives the difference between grimy and dirty

is that grimy is stained, or covered with grime while dirty is unclean; covered with or containing unpleasant substances such as dirt or grime.

As an adverb dirty is

in a dirty manner.

As a verb dirty is

to make (something) dirty.

Grimy vs Grubby - What's the difference?

grimy | grubby |


As adjectives the difference between grimy and grubby

is that grimy is stained, or covered with grime while grubby is dirty, unwashed, unclean.

As a noun grubby is

(us|dialect) any species of cottus ; a sculpin.

Greasy vs Grimy - What's the difference?

greasy | grimy |


As adjectives the difference between greasy and grimy

is that greasy is having a slippery surface; having a surface covered with grease while grimy is stained, or covered with grime.

Grimy vs Begrimed - What's the difference?

grimy | begrimed |


As an adjective grimy

is stained, or covered with grime.

As a verb begrimed is

(begrime).

Grimy vs Griminess - What's the difference?

grimy | griminess |


As an adjective grimy

is stained, or covered with grime.

As a noun griminess is

the characteristic or quality of being grimy.

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