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adjective (grimm, er)
  1. dismal and gloomy, cold and forbidding
    • It was in the northern industrial town
      1. rigid and unrelenting
    • His determination enabled him to win
      1. ghastly or sinister
    • The castle overshadowed the village
Etymology: From Old English, grim.


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