grunge

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n grunge the state of being covered with unclean things
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Usage

In literature:

I paid Grunge the grocer nineteen dollars on't; for he knows I'm an honest man, and trusted me.
"In The Saddle" by Oliver Optic
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In news:

Grunge may be lying dormant, awaiting its nostalgia-driven revival sometime after the millennium clock ticks over, but genre table-setters Alice In Chains aren't about to let the lapse in interest stop their riffing.
Nirvana and the "grunge" movement helped open doors for hundreds of "alternative" acts.
Grunge Ditsy floral skirt, $64 at Topshop.
It is definitely vintage Soundgarden, yet it somehow doesn't sound like it's straight out of the grunge era.
Grunge's European Invasion: Intimate Photos From Nirvana's 1989 Tour.
How Alice in Chains Found the Most Memorable Voice in Grunge.
The surviving members of the grunge band will play together for the first time in 20 years.
The designer behind the Army of Rokosz is taking her new collection in a tribal '90s grunge warrior direction.
Bruce Pavitt discusses his photo eBook and grunge's European invasion.
Although angling for me so far has been about as spectacular as watching a sea slug race, I still enjoy the company of my two best fishing partners Thrasher and Grunge.
California post-grunge/alt rock band Smile Empty Soul has opened for more than a few of rock's heavy hitters: Alice in Chains, Queens of the Stone Age, Deftones.
Vinne Dombrowski's post-grunge band, Sponge, which scored major hits and MTV play back in the 90s, can add one more Detroit-themed honor to its resume.
Back in the time of grunge, there was this adorable band called Gin Blossoms.
Whether they chose the romance period of clothing or synthetic hair or industrial grunge, New York's goth girls are never boring.
The classic William Shakespeare story of ' Hamlet ' received a grunge-style update over the weekend.
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