She was repelled by those lacerated hands, grimed
by toil so that the very dirt of life was ingrained in the flesh itself, by that red chafe of the collar and those bulging muscles.
Later, Sir Oliver," answered the old soldier, wiping his grimed
This I devoured, standing, grimed
with coal-dust, my knees trembling under me.
He stood up, and from the dim rafters, grimed
with the smoking of countless heads, where day was no more than a gloom, took down a matting-wrapped parcel and began to open it.
Sergey Ivanovitch had long ago finished dinner, and was drinking iced lemon and water in his own room, looking through the reviews and papers which he had only just received by post, when Levin rushed into the room, talking merrily, with his wet and matted hair sticking to his forehead, and his back and chest grimed
On either side were workingmen's houses, of weathered wood, the ancient paint grimed
with the dust of years, conspicuous only for cheapness and ugliness.