adjective, grip·pi·er, grip·pi·est.
Definition for grippy (2 of 2)
adjective, grip·pi·er, grip·pi·est. Chiefly Scot.
Examples from the Web for grippy
In the meantime, the fortunes of George, whom we now regard as the third Laird of Grippy, continued to flourish.
But, saving this accident, nothing went amiss in the preparations for the wedding either at Grippy or Kilmarkeckle.
Yesterday morning the air became milder, the hoarfrost began to disappear, and presently the snow became "grippy" underfoot.In Pastures Green|Peter McArthur
On the day appointed, the different members of the Grippy family assembled at Kittlestonheugh.
You have lived ever since your marriage with my father at Grippy.