grot spot
 n.Gloss: “Grot” means “dirt” or “rubbish” and rhymes with “spot” and is not commonly found in North American English. «The cul-de-sac has been branded as one of five dilapidated grot spots in the city up for a vote by members of the public as the first to be tackled by offenders enrolled on the community payback scheme.» —“‘Our cul-de-sac is no grot spot’” by Marie Baker Evening Telegraph (Peterborough, England, UK) Apr. 21, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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