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Definition of gradeaux

gradeaux

  • a dirty, muddy, filthy mess, something that REALLY needs to be cleaned.
    That car has gradeaux ALL over the side.

    Last edited on Oct 24 2002. Submitted by Johnice from Louisiana, USA on Oct 24 2002.

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