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Grim may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 People; 2 Mythical or fictional characters; 3 Places; 4 Other uses; 5 See also. People[edit]. Grim (surname); Myron Grim ...

Grim | Define Grim at Dictionary.com


Grim definition, stern and admitting of no appeasement or compromise: grim determination; grim necessity. See more.

grim Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary


grim meaning, definition, what is grim: worrying, without hope: . Learn more.

Grim - Harry Potter Wiki - Wikia


The Grim is an omen of death, which is reputed to bring about the demise of the person who encounters it. The Grim takes the shape of a large, black, spectral ...

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grim - Wiktionary


From Old English grim, from Proto-Germanic *grimmaz. ... grim (comparative grimmer, superlative grimmest) ... His grim determination enabled him to win.

Grim Tales Archives - Snafu Comics


April 15, 2016. Grim Tales: They don't call me Pain for nothin. Bleedman. January 16, 2016. Grim Tales: Scythe beats scissors/saw every time. Bleedman.

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Grim Dawn - ARPG from Crate Entertainment


The official website and community for Grim Dawn, an action role playing game currently being developed by Crate Entertainment.

New in SMITE: The Grim Weaver | 3.7 Patch Notes | SMITEgame.com


Apr 20, 2016 ... Arachne has undergone a visual upgrade. This means she now has a new model , textures, animations, FX treatments and new card art.

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Grim | Definition of Grim by Merriam-Webster


unpleasant or shocking to see or think about. : causing feelings of sadness or worry : gloomy or depressing. : having a very serious appearance or manner.

Grim - definition of grim by The Free Dictionary


a. Discouraging or depressing: The business news has been grim lately. b. Dismal; gloomy: a grim, rainy day. 2. a. Stern or forbidding: The judge was grim when ...

Grim Synonyms, Grim Antonyms | Thesaurus.com


Synonyms for grim at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.