verb (used with object), grimed, grim·ing.
Origin of grime
Related formsun·grimed, adjective
Examples from the Web for grimes
Several polls over the last few months—including in early October—have showed Grimes with a slight lead over McConnell.
Despite these financial disadvantages, Grimes has kept the contest fairly close.
Super PACs have aided both candidates, but Grimes has less dark-money support than McConnell.
What has hurt Grimes throughout is who won the presidency and how Kentucky views him.Mitch McConnell-Alison Lundergan Grimes Debate Leaves Kentucky Hanging|Sam Youngman|October 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As you should know by now, Grimes has been refusing to say whether she voted for President Obama.How Red-State Democrats Can Throw Obama Under the Bus|Michael Tomasky|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He then bent his eye sternly upon the group of bailiffs, especially upon the rude ruffian, Grimes, whose conduct was so atrocious.Valentine M'Clutchy, The Irish Agent|William Carleton
There were only a few real Indians in Mr. Grimes company; but some of the cowboys dressed in Indian war-dress.
Mr. Grimes was just as unpleasantly sarcastic as when Ruth first saw him.
Captain Grimes brought two row-galleys, each carrying two eighteen-pounders, from Providence.Elsie Yachting with the Raymonds|Martha Finley
No troops were sent to protect the settlers, nor were the letters of Governor Grimes even granted consideration.The Spirit Lake Massacre|Thomas Teakle