Grit lit



noun

See dirty realism

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  • Grits

    [grits] /grɪts/ noun, (used with a singular or plural verb) 1. Also called hominy grits. coarsely ground hominy, boiled and sometimes then fried, eaten as a breakfast dish or as a side dish with meats. 2. grain hulled and coarsely ground. [grit] /grɪt/ noun 1. abrasive particles or granules, as of sand or other small, […]

  • Gritted

    [grit] /grɪt/ noun 1. abrasive particles or granules, as of sand or other small, coarse impurities found in the air, food, water, etc. 2. firmness of character; indomitable spirit; pluck: She has a reputation for grit and common sense. 3. a coarse-grained siliceous rock, usually with sharp, angular grains. 4. British. . 5. sand or […]



  • Gritter

    [grit] /grɪt/ noun 1. abrasive particles or granules, as of sand or other small, coarse impurities found in the air, food, water, etc. 2. firmness of character; indomitable spirit; pluck: She has a reputation for grit and common sense. 3. a coarse-grained siliceous rock, usually with sharp, angular grains. 4. British. . 5. sand or […]

  • Grittiness

    [grit-ee] /ˈgrɪt i/ adjective, grittier, grittiest. 1. consisting of, containing, or resembling ; sandy. 2. resolute and courageous; plucky. /ˈɡrɪtɪ/ adjective -tier, -tiest 1. courageous; hardy; resolute 2. of, like, or containing grit adj. 1590s, from grit + -y (2). In sense of “unpleasant” (of literature, etc.), from 1882, in reference to the sensation of […]



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