grit

Hard particles such as sand or stone.

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  • Grit — may refer to:* Grit (newspaper), a U.S. periodical founded as a newspaper in 1882 * Grit (album), by Celtic fusion musician Martyn Bennett * Grits, a corn based food common in the Southern United States * GRITS, a Christian hip hop group * Grit… …   Wikipedia

  • grit — grit; grit·less; grit·ti·ly; grit·ti·ness; grit·tle; grit·ty; ne·grit·ic; ne·grit·oid; …   English syllables

  • Grit — Grit, n. [OE, greet, greot, sand, gravel, AS. gre[ o]t grit, sant, dust; akin to OS griott, OFries. gret gravel, OHG. grioz, G. griess, Icel. grj[=o]t, and to E. groats, grout. See {Groats}, {Grout}, and cf. {Grail} gravel.] 1. Sand or gravel;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Grit — steht für: Grit, Synonym für Gastrolithen (Magensteine) allgemeiner für: groben Sand oder Sandstein ähnlich: Geflügelgrit, granulates Futtermittel aus kleinen Steinen und Kalk Grit (Vorname), weiblicher Vorname Grit (Ort), Ort in Virginia/USA… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • grit — [grɪt] noun [U] I very small pieces of stone or sand II verb [T] British grit [grɪt] to spread grit on roads that have ice on them • grit your teeth 1) to press your teeth together tightly, for example because you are angry or in pain; 2) to show …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • grit — /grɪt / (say grit) noun 1. fine, stony, or hard particles such as are deposited like dust from the air or occur as impurities in food, etc. 2. Geology a sandstone composed of coarse angular grains and very small pebbles. 3. firmness of character; …   Australian English dictionary

  • grit´ti|ly — grit|ty «GRIHT ee», adjective, ti|er, ti|est. 1. of or containing grit; like grit; sandy. 2. Informal, Figurative. courageous; plucky: »The gritty, grinning captain of paratroopers had fought f …   Useful english dictionary

  • grit|ty — «GRIHT ee», adjective, ti|er, ti|est. 1. of or containing grit; like grit; sandy. 2. Informal, Figurative. courageous; plucky: »The gritty, grinning captain of paratroopers had fought f …   Useful english dictionary

  • Grit — Grit, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Gritted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Gritting}.] To grind; to rub harshly together; to grate; as, to grit the teeth. [Collog.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Grit — (Millstone grit, Mühlensandstein, Coal grit), der grobkörnige Sandstein der Steinkohlenformation in England und Nordamerika, insbes. die dem flözleeren Sandstein in Deutschland entsprechenden, mit Schieferton abwechselnden Sandsteine, die sich… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • grit — [grit] n. [with Early ModE vowel shortening < ME grete < OE greot, akin to Ger griess IE base * ghrēu , to rub hard over, crumble > GREAT] 1. rough, hard particles of sand, stone, etc. 2. the texture of stone, with regard to the fineness …   English World dictionary

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