(1) In truth, I came away from the date feeling a bit grubby .(2) This week I want to look a little more at the process by which grubby politics is seamlessly transformed into dirty journalism.(3) What does any of this all-consuming grubby affair have to do with the business of politics?(4) He explained how life on the march was pretty grubby and smelly.(5) Where once there was a certain pride in grubby fingernails, now hard labour seems to be a dirty word.(6) We are guided through a world where much is shabby and grubby , inhabited by characters who barely communicate with one another.(7) With a friendly smile she welcomed me into what looked like her (slightly grubby ) living room.(8) And sometimes I got a rather grubby toffee too.(9) She was wearing a rather grubby and patched brown dress and was barefoot.(10) Instead, we could all walk around like we did in the 1970s, with dirty glasses and grubby faces, and be happy.(11) Shabby, grubby and stale, even visiting friends from other shared houses would wonder out loud how we could tolerate living there.(12) I was met at the door by a small, benign looking lady in a slightly grubby white coat.(13) But the wax has dripped all over the place, leaving some seats looking rather grubby .(14) Yes they are a bit grubby at times but that was my only concern.(15) Pragmatists, sensing a bottomless well of grubby dishonesty, have called for an amnesty, hoping to encourage names to be named.(16) Frankly, with the new roof there to offer contrast, the slates looked pretty grubby .