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Grunge (disambiguation)
  1. Dirt or filth, especially when difficult to clean.
    The cinema floor was covered in grunge deposited by the crowds.
  2. The state of being filthy; grubbiness.
    Chad used to work as a coal miner, but couldn't handle the constant grunge.
  3. A subgenre of alternative music, originating from Seattle, Washington, which melds punk and metal.
    Alice liked to wear plaids and ripped jeans, and listen to grunge.




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