grummel

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EtymologyEdit

Origin unknown.

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NounEdit

grummel

  1. mud, sediment
  2. (in the plural) the dregs
    • 1936: Gowselling in the grummels he wakes the plaintiff night with pitfalls turning left to right, high noon on the wintry ocean, high noon all sides aboard and aloft to starboard. — Henry Miller, Black Spring

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