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(griggs -ed -ing) verb

1. A rodent of unusually large size.

2. narcing on someone in an advantageous position.

3. not washing ones hands after using the bathroom, despite how dirty they may be. including having fecal matter on them.

4. dirtying community food, such as a bag of chips by licking your fingers and rummaging around contaminating the rest of the bag.

5. discreetly attempting to hide the fact of farting/sharting/crapping yourself in public, and acting like nothing happened, regardless of the smell.
1. Dude, check out the size of that rat. it's a total griggs.

2. Man 1: late to work, but lucky for me I got here before the boss.
Man 2: I'm totally griggsing you.

3. You have some crap on your hands, go wash them and stop being such a griggs.

4. Man 1: You just griggsed my doritos, you jerk!
Man 2: it wasn't intentional!

5. Man 1: You just griggsed your pants, didn't you? it reeks!
Man 2: you can't prove anything.
by aidenraine September 24, 2012
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1.
To rip someone off and then add insult to injury by charging them money or following with an egregious insult, a la Cook's Source magazine editor Judith Griggs when she plagiarized an article written by Monica Gaudio. When Gaudio contacted Griggs to straighten things out and ask that Judith make a small contribution to a journalism school to make things right, Griggs told her that her article wasn't very good in the first place and that if anything, Gaudio should be paying HER for the editing work she did on her piece.
It was bad enough when he mugged me and stole my purse, but did he have to Griggs me by calling me fat and suing me for fighting back?
by latterdaylenin November 04, 2010
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2.
Inflected Form(s): griggs’d 

Pronunciation: gr\ i \gz

1. To use content on the web without permission, then request payment from original author for rewrites and editing.

2. To remain ignorant of plagiarism, ethics, copyright, and asshat behavior.

Etymology: From online Cook’s Source editor Judith Griggs’ use of Monica Gaudio’s article from GodeCookery without attribution or permission, and from Griggs’ subsequent rejection and ridicule of Monica’s request for compensation.
“Why’d you get an F on that essay?”

“I griggs’d the professor’s doctoral thesis from her website, and I even cleaned it up for her and told her she should give me an A, but she failed me anyway.”

Alternate usage: “For tomorrow’s deadline, I’m going to griggs some article from LiveJournal but edit it to remove the humor and interestingness.”
by plagarism-basher November 04, 2010
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3.
Total bullshit or a lie
Person#1: Bowling Green offered me a scholarship

Person#2: Thats fucking griggs
by emeraldstudinmypeep December 14, 2007
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4.
To use copyright-protected content a la Cooks source editor Judith Griggs, and then insist that the copyright holder should be paying YOU for the publicity.
I wrote an article for AC, but then some bitch totally griggsed it!
by muninn November 04, 2010
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5.
To use content on the web without permission, then request payment from original author for rewrites and editing.
Judith Griggs: "But honestly Monica, the web is considered "public domain" and you should be happy we just didn't "lift" your whole article and put someone else's name on it! It happens a lot, clearly more than you are aware of, especially on college campuses, and the workplace. If you took offence and are unhappy, I am sorry, but you as a professional should know that the article we used written by you was in very bad need of editing, and is much better now than was originally. Now it will work well for your portfolio. For that reason, I have a bit of a difficult time with your requests for monetary gain, albeit for such a fine (and very wealthy!) institution. We put some time into rewrites, you should compensate me! I never charge young writers for advice or rewriting poorly written pieces, and have many who write for me... ALWAYS for free!"
by theklh November 04, 2010
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6.
1. To use content on the web without permission, then request payment from original author for rewrites and editing.

2. To remain ignorant of plagiarism, ethics, copyright, and asshat behavior.
Aw man, I only posted my recipe the other day, but it's already been griggsed!
by dontgriggsmebro November 04, 2010
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7.
1. To use content on the web without permission, then request payment from original author for rewrites and editing.

2. To remain ignorant of plagiarism, ethics, copyright, and asshat behavior.

Etymology: From Cook's Source editor Judith Griggs' use of Monica's article from GodeCookery without attribution or permission, and from Griggs' subsequent rejection and ridicule of Monica's request for compensation. Originally defined here:
www.smartbitchestrashybooks.com/judithgriggs/
"Why'd you get an F on that essay?"

"I griggs'd the professor's doctoral thesis from her website, and I even cleaned it up for her and told her she should give me an A, but she failed me anyway."

Alternate usage: "For tomorrow's deadline, I'm going to griggs some article from LiveJournal but edit it to remove the humor and interestingness."
by IAmBroom November 05, 2010
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