(1) A composer of classical music can secure a living or even performances only with difficulty, so the tendency is to grub away in isolation, writing to satisfy, not a consumer, but an inner need.(2) "There's some decent grub at the mess hall, " Catherine said.(3) Although it is not a food show, local grub plays a prominent part.(4) This year's event will include delights ranging from a First Class Food Day to an Organic and Vegetarian Day, with world food, British food and wedding grub all on the agenda, too.(5) He compliments her food but surely anything would taste good after prison grub .(6) Food shops line the outer edges (selling, for a Brit, remarkably reassuring grub like sausage rolls, meat pies and fish and chips).(7) Sometimes only bubbles can be seen on the surface as they grub around the bottom for food.(8) Lemurs, meanwhile, are usually lefties when it comes to grabbing their grub .(9) He is a born loner used to corrupting words to grub a living.(10) As for grub , you have your choice of a traditional snack bar, ice cream treats, hot dogs, pizza or a trip to the coffee bar.(11) Located near to the town centre, the monastically themed bar offers traditional pub grub from 12.30 pm to 2.45 pm.(12) A small kitchen serving good quality basic pub grub completes the menu.(13) The kitchens follow the tradition of the infamous chef Vatel by serving lavish grub , as in the days of King Louis XIV.(14) she has achieved independence without having to grub for it(15) I grabbed some grub and found a seat, settling in for a three-hour seminar on fundraising.(16) More traditional grub , such as a cheese and onion pasty or Scotch egg, follows in the evening.