grippy

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[ grip-ee ]
/ ˈgrɪp i /

adjective, grip·pi·er, grip·pi·est.

afflicted with the grippe.

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Origin of grippy

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Definition for grippy (2 of 2)

grippy2
[ grip-ee ]
/ ˈgrɪp i /

adjective, grip·pi·er, grip·pi·est.Chiefly Scot.

stingy; avaricious.

Origin of grippy

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First recorded in 1800–10; grip + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for grippy

grippy
/ (ˈgrɪpɪ) /

adjective

(of a material) having adhesive qualities
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