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the grim reality of unemployment
The future looks pretty grim.
The house was lonely and rather grim.
His face was set in a grim expression.
‘Exactly what I expected,’ he said with grim satisfaction.
a grim determination to do God’s will
The game was a bit grim.
I started to feel grim about an hour after lunch.