Grit [noun]

Definition of Grit:

particles of dirt

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Sentence/Example of Grit:

Further googling of the McDonald’s buffet with terrible grits in Alexandria turns up nothing.

A hearty, cheesy spoonful of his grits reveals additional layers of the “new” American palate.

They have shooting, vision, grit, length, speed, experience and more than one playmaker.

It took a tremendous amount of fight, grit, toughness, resolve.

Will, innovation, grit, unceasing creativity, and a touch of luck are all you sometimes need to win.

Then followed such an exhibition of sheer grit and skill and dauntless courage as none of the girls would ever forget.

"Of course it won't be much use to him in my leather business," I said to my wife; "still it shows grit."

All day long the struggle continued, and it required all the grit he possessed to keep him going.

She had the grit to pray for Judus if she took the notion—there warn't no back-down to her, I judge.

Meal dus' in my th'oat, grit in my eye, en I aint kin git my breff, skacely.