When they returned, many came to this small building with arched windows only a few blocks from the grimy Caspian beach.
Snow saw beauty and made beautiful things that were genuinely dark, grimy, and toxic.
The closest agents get to that in, say, cold and grimy New York is eating in their cars.
At the end of the opening heist, I could practically feel my feet sinking into the grimy sand of Revere Beach.
He was the proprietor of a grimy chicken joint in Rochester, New York.
She was flushed with sleep, and grimy with sweat and smoke and dirt.
There was something lying on a bed covered by a grimy sheet.
In a grimy frame, protected by a square of fly-brown glass, was a square, official-looking bit of paper.
I shudder to think of the grimy network that lies on either hand.
The June afternoon was softening to a rosy dimness as he came in, very tired physically, hot and grimy, and sick of soul.