Grimace is a character featured in McDonaldland commercials. He is a large, purple anthropomorphic being of indeterminate species with short arms and legs. He is known for his slow-witted demeanor. His most common expression is the word "duh" before every sentence. He was portrayed by Patti Saunders from and Terry Castillo from Originally, Grimace was the "Evil Grimace", with two pairs of arms with which to steal milkshakes. After that first campaign, the character was revised to be one of the "good guys", and his number of arms was reduced by two. These commercials and merchandise generally portray him as a well-meaning simpleton, whose clumsy antics provide a comic foil to Ronald McDonald. The character was retained after the streamlining of the characters in the s and was one of the few members to also be retained until the end of the McDonaldland commercials.
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I gave him some brandy from my medicinal store, which he drank with a grimace. I hold onto his arm and lift him while he closes his eyes and tries not to grimace. She was mostly gristle and bone when we saw her, lying in the sun with her legs spread and a grimace on her face. Something like a smile attempted to contract the Indian's features; but the attempt was not a happy one, and stopped at a grimace. No, but to judge by the grimace you made you weren't quite sure! Then, with a grimace of disgust, he stretched out his hand for the blackened pannikin. Arthur made a grimace that might have been either of assent or deprecation. However, I would like to see her grimace again; old Toubac would willingly give me fifteen florins if I could paint it for him. Embellish your word knowledge with the words from the week of August 17 to August 23, !