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adj. grim·i·er, grim·i·est
Covered or smudged with grime. See Synonyms at dirty.

grim′i·ly adv.
grim′i·ness n.


in a grimy manner
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The photographs are full of incongruities like this, knowing captures of the balance between ambition and humility, between the grand, even the spiritual, arid the grimily mortal and mundane.
Though the largely hand-held (as opposed to steady cam) cinematography will be irritating to some, the monochrome palette used by cinematographer Andrei Butica provides a perfect complement to the actor's grimily believable portrayals.
The music comprises samples as well as original sounds, some of which were programmed, others performed by musicians, including those responsible for the grimily orchestral strings.