adjective, gro·di·er, gro·di·est. Slang.
Origin of grody
Related formsgro·di·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for grody
The remaining lads hurried out of the stable to watch Frank ride, Grody accompanying them.
Till he gets here, Grody, I want you to watch Nemo like a hawk.
Grody, who had just saddled a horse for a gentleman, met Frank, and the expression on his face was anything but reassuring.
Grody held his breath, nearly bursting with astonishment and admiration.
"You must have misunderstood your visitor, Grody," said Frank.