GROSSERY – Wednesday’s Wordapod

Grocery or “grossery?”  Read today's Wordapod, and decide.




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Grossery (n) – a disgusting item sold in a supermarket, or in a market specializing in the sale of such items


Sample Sentence:  Betty examined her grossery list, which included olive loaf, pickled beets, and lima beans.


Please Note:  Grossery is highly subjective; one man’s grossery is another man’s delicacy.


Who Knew…?


The Top 8 Grossery Items of 2013, as identified by Savvy Shopping Philadelphia readers, were:


  • Olive loaf
  • Turnips
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Moldy cheese – still no match for the Top 3
  • Molasses
  • Lima beans
  • Prune juice
  • Indian candy corn


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