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noun

[mass noun] British informal
Something unpleasant, dirty, or of poor quality: they watch endless grot on telly

Origin

1960s: back-formation from grotty.

Words that rhyme with grot

allot, begot, Bernadotte, blot, bot, capot, clot, cocotte, cot, culotte, dot, forgot, garrotte (US garrote), gavotte, got, hot, jot, knot, lot, Mayotte, motte, not, Ott, outshot, plot, pot, rot, sans-culotte, Scot, Scott, shallot, shot, slot, snot, sot, spot, squat, stot, swat, swot, tot, trot, undershot, Wat, Watt, what, wot, yacht

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grot 2 Syllabification: grot

noun

literary

Origin

Early 16th century: from French grotte, from Italian grotta, via Latin from Greek kruptē 'vault, crypt'.

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