and scorched by camp-smoke and fire, the garment in itself told the story of his trip.
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.
This I devoured, standing, grimed
with coal-dust, my knees trembling under me.
At least a dozen, by their grimed
faces and the safety lanterns which they carried, proclaimed themselves miners.
cried my sister, casting off her bonnet in sudden desperation, "here I stand talking to mere Mooncalfs, with Uncle Pumblechook waiting, and the mare catching cold at the door, and the boy grimed
with crock and dirt from the hair of his head to the sole of his foot