Definition of 'grotty'
Example sentences containing 'grotty'
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She spends all her time at their grotty flat. The Sun (2012)She just finds another grotty flat. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Workers get a property, almost always a grotty flat. The Sun (2012)Cheap and quick to build - and better than a grotty bedsit! The Sun (2015)You invented it, you grotty little man! The Sun (2016)And this was a nice change from where we would normally be, in a grotty rehearsal room. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The footage shows him hunched on the floor of a grotty flat, barefoot and lost in the warm comfort of another hit of smack. The Sun (2012)Because her grotty Paddington flat is dimly lit, he thinks she is better looking than she really is. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But lest anyone though he had been rewarded too much, he's now stuck in a grotty bedsit facing years on the waiting list for a council home. The Sun (2010)
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