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The answer GRINDS has 28 possible clues in existing crosswords. GRINDS is valid in some word games. (Check GRINDS in Word Games) See additional results below.

Possible Dictionary Clues
reduce (something) to small particles or powder by crushing it.
rub or cause to rub together gratingly.
tutoring extra lessons in a specific subject outside of school hours. Grinds are often given by private individuals or firms, and might not be provided by the school.
Plural form of grind.
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of grind.
Reduce (something) to small particles or powder by crushing it.
Rub or cause to rub together gratingly.
(of a dancer) gyrate the hips erotically.
A crushing or grating sound or motion.
Hard dull work.
Grinds description
In Ireland, grinds are private tuition; a major industry in Ireland, particularly at secondary school level.
* "Grinds" is a Hiberno-English term which is used variously to refer to both the lesson ("I'd a maths grind last night") and the teacher ("My maths grind came over last night"), although the latter usage is less common. It is generally used in the plural ("I do maths grinds").
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