adjective, grip·pi·er, grip·pi·est.
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adjective, grip·pi·er, grip·pi·est.Chiefly Scot.
How to use grippy in a sentence
The slickrock is the draw here, offering waves of grippy rock seemingly built for off-road vehicles.
These NRS booties are grippy enough to confidently step on algae-covered rocks, but not so bulky that you feel like you’re wearing big boots on the board.
Plus, thanks to a grippy, sneaker-like outsole, they’re ready to go if you ever leave the house.
The rubber soles weren’t grippy, and at times she felt like she was trying to climb a mountain in a pair of Uggs.Recreating Historical Adventures in Old-Fashioned Gear|Ailsa Ross|November 12, 2020|Outside Online
Just east of Old Rag’s Summit, the Skyline Wall has grippy routes in a variety of ranges with amazing views.The Ultimate Shenandoah National Park Travel Guide|Graham Averill|October 7, 2020|Outside Online
If the Leddy o Grippy be not inimitably comic, then can there be no comedy short of screaming farce.
At the death of the Laird of Plealands, the Grippy family, as we have already stated, consisted of three sons and a daughter.
Yere no far frae the mark, Grippy; and now Ill tell you wherein the likeness lies.
But, saving this accident, nothing went amiss in the preparations for the wedding either at Grippy or Kilmarkeckle.
For some time after the funeral of Mrs. Walter Walkinshaw, the affairs of the Grippy family ran in a straight and even current.