[grimz-bee] /ˈgrɪmz bi/
a seaport in Humberside county, in E England at the mouth of the Humber estuary.
a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada, on the SW shore of Lake Ontario.
a port in E England, in North East Lincolnshire unitary authority, Lincolnshire, formerly important for fishing. Pop: 87 574 (2001)
[grim-zuh l] /ˈgrɪm zəl/ noun 1. an Alpine pass in S Switzerland. 7159 feet (2184 meters) high.
[grahy-mee] /ˈgraɪ mi/ adjective, grimier, grimiest. 1. covered with ; dirty: I shook his grimy hand. adj. 1610s, from grime + -y (2). “App[arently] not in literary use during the 18th c.” [OED]. Related: Griminess.
[grin] /grɪn/ verb (used without object), grinned, grinning. 1. to smile broadly, especially as an indication of pleasure, amusement, or the like. 2. to draw back the lips so as to show the teeth, as a snarling dog or a person in pain. 3. to show or be exposed through an opening, crevice, etc. verb […]
- Grin and bear it
verb phrase To exercise forbearance and fortitude; tough it out (1864+) Put up good-humoredly with adversity, with good humor, as in It’s no fun being sick for the holidays, but you might as well grin and bear it. Also put as grin and abide in the 19th century, this expression became so well known that […]