Definition of grimey
- to be mean to someone in actions or words (yo that shit is grimey!).
That bitch at d pool s grimey.
Last edited on Dec 15 2015. Submitted by Nikolai S.
on Mar 27 2002.
I can be grimey if I wanna be.
Last edited on Dec 09 2002. Submitted by claudia from Miami, FL, USA
on Dec 09 2002.
- something that is fucked up
That's mad grimey what you did to her.
Last edited on May 02 2004. Submitted by Anonymous
on May 02 2004.
Did you see dat crap, he's so grimey.
Last edited on Sep 11 2004. Submitted by Jamal T.
on Sep 11 2004.
Last edited on Sep 24 2004. Submitted by Anonymous
on Sep 24 2004.
- fucked up, mess up, or one's wrong.
You fucked her man that's grimey.
Last edited on May 27 2006. Submitted by Chelsea B.
on May 27 2006.
Slang terms with the same meaning
Slang terms with the same root words
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|Definitions include: to be ugly.|
|Definitions include: any football player who played for the Florida State University football team (the Seminoles) and was convicted of a crime.|
|Definitions include: A long session of kissing between two people.|
|Definitions include: to push responsibility onto someone else.|
|Definitions include: a wife or girlfriend.|
|Definitions include: anal sex|
|Definitions include: "fo shizzle my nizzle", i.e. "for sure my nigga".|
|Definitions include: to re-fill a partially consumed drink.|
|Definitions include: disparaging nickname for rheumatology, used by doctors in the UK.|
|Definitions include: to cheat on one's significant other.|
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