grunge

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Synonyms for grunge

Synonyms for grunge

the state of being covered with unclean things

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Rihanna, for instance, favours a grungier look for her everyday wear a lot of the time, yet her dress from the GQ party in November of last year was reminiscent of Cher's in Clueless as she tried her hand at seduction.
The higher the thirst drive, the grungier the water an animal will tolerate.
But it also has a down to earth, grungier side at Sunshine Beach on its south side, where we had fantastic fun body-boarding on the huge waves.
The gothic/sci-fi angle and typographic experimentation ultimately births a text that falls somewhere between FC2's former Black Ice imprint and a grungier House of Leaves.
Her powerful voice coped effortlessly with the grungier songs but it came into its own when tackling slower tracks including Beautiful Disaster, Breakaway and probably the most popular rendition of the night, Because Of You.
Uwe Janson's film presenting a grungier rock star conception was apparently more acceptable, premiering at the Berliner Ensemble in 2003.
The result is a pretty broad sound that runs from the more brutal end of metal to the grungier end of the hard-rock spectrum.
But Shore has a grungier palette, and his attitude is druggier, quieter, wordier.
Set in 1796, when it was written, rather than the more conventional 1813 when the book was published, it's a subtly grungier, more politically/economically savvy and realistic take on the material than we've seen before.
The rock outfit Charlotte, Tim Wheeler, Mark Hamilton and Rick McMurray have unveiled a dramatic new grungier look ahead of the release of album Meltdown, the product of a year touring in the States and three months recording in LA with Foo Fighters producer Nick Rasculinecz.
Meanwhile, in some of the capital's grungier cantinas, Mexican beer like Sol or Corona can cost as little as a 10 pesos a bottle.
The black sheep of the family, April Burns (Katie Holmes) is preparing dinner for her parents and two siblings who are driving out from their place in the upscale suburbs to her apartment in one of New York's more grungier areas.
Somehow, they still trust today's grungier, less musical, harder America, or want to.
The upbeat tone Saratoga is trying to set contrasts with the grungier look of comic-style labels on Coca-Cola's OK soda, now testing in nine markets.
If we see national service mainly as an antidote to the "culture of selfishness," then the grungier the work, the better.