noun Chiefly Literary.
a grotto.

1500–10; < French grotte < Italian grotta; see grotto Unabridged
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grot1 (ɡrɒt)
slang rubbish; dirt
[C20: from grotty]

grot2 (ɡrɒt)
a poetic word for grotto
[C16: from French grotte, from Old Italian grotta; see grotto]

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Not only messages arc received but al-o a grot-many signals or station calls.
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