groan vs grown

groan grown

Definitions

  • 1) A low, guttural sound uttered in frustration or disapproval.
  • 2) A low, mournful sound uttered in pain or grief.
  • 3) The sound made in groaning.
  • 4) A low, moaning sound; usually, a deep, mournful sound uttered in pain or great distress; sometimes, an expression of strong disapprobation.
  • 5) The noise made by a buck at rutting-time.
  • 6) A low, deep, mournful sound uttered in pain or grief; figuratively, any natural sound resembling this, and having a mournful or dismal effect.
  • 7) A deep murmuring sound uttered in derision or disapprobation: opposed to cheer or applause.
  • 8) To make a groan.
  • 9) To express disapproval of or to silence by means of groans: usually with down: as, the speaker was groaned down.
  • 10) To long or strive with deep earnestness, and as if with groans.
  • 11) To breathe with a deep murmuring sound expressive of grief or pain; utter a deep, low-toned, moaning sound: often used figuratively.
  • 12) To utter or express with groans or a groan.
  • 13) To voice a deep, inarticulate sound, as of pain, grief, or displeasure.
  • 14) To make a sound expressive of stress or strain.
  • 15) To give forth a low, moaning sound in breathing; to utter a groan, as in pain, in sorrow, or in derision; to moan.
  • 16) To strive after earnestly, as with groans.
  • 17) To affect by groans.

Definitions

  • 1) Covered by growth; overgrown.
  • 2) Produced or cultivated in a certain way or place.
  • 3) Having full growth; mature.
  • 4) Past participle of grow
  • 5) p. p. of grow.
  • 6) p.p.ofgrow.
  • 7) Increased in growth; enlarged; swollen.
  • 8) Arrived at full growth or stature.

Examples

  • 1) They often sound like deep groans of despair.
  • 2) When we walked in the table was fully covered and groaning under the weight of documentation.
  • 3) The tables groaned with food and drink.
  • 4) But there will be others who will groan with disappointment.
  • 5) The ship made a groaning sound in its death throes.
  • 6) He was groaning in pain and was making a terrible choking noise.
  • 7) The schedule groans under the weight of the thing.
  • 8) So what does he bring to the already groaning table?
  • 9) But more often than not extravagant proposals make me groan out loud.
  • 10) The other one groans and tips his chair back, looking both resigned and reasonably entertained.
  • 11) Some groan and cry aloud.
  • 12) He groaned: 'To say we were fed up at the end is being polite.
  • 13) One neighbour groaned: 'How many times must she go to court before she gets the message?
  • 14) It is plain enough there is no one to see after you, ” said the doctor, with a low groan.
  • 15) The gags are delivered to rapid fire, so you're only half way through groaning at one before the next has made you smile.
  • 16) A major inquiry has been launched at Catterick Garrison by the military police after the victim was left groaning in agony.
  • 17) Now he has followed it up with (groan) a sequel, _Maelstrom_; _groan_ because the commercial strategy of tying the two books together has necessitated weighing down virtually the first third of what could have just as well been a free-standing novel with a detailed recapitulation of the events of _Starfish_ and their relation to the surface world that almost had me giving up on the book.
  • 18) "Let's go Phil!" was the Monday chant, and when the news broke at No. 18 that Glover had retaken the lead, there was the kind of New York groan from the stands that you would expect to hear on a Red Sox homer.
  • 19) He heard footsteps approaching, and drove his spurs so fiercely into the roan as to force a surprised groan from the animal as it leaped forward.
  • 20) The widespread groan is that Liberals and the ANGRY LEFT want to give your money to fat lazy people and their ungrateful children.
  • 21) Every groan from the fiend, every contortion of his body was cheered by the thickly packed crowd of 10,000 persons.
  • 22) When the four captains walked out of the locker room still in red, there was a bit of a groan from the crowd.
  • 23) Wagner, the hard-throwing lefty who saved three of New York's first four playoff games, served up a 3-2 pitch to Taguchi that he smacked over the left-field fence leading off the ninth — eliciting a groan from the crowd of 56,349.
  • 24) Sacramento worked the ball to Peja Stojakovic in the left corner, but his 3-point shot was way long and way right an airball that brought a collective groan from the crowd.
  • 25) Felicity and Cecily were setting out a lunch in the pantry when we were all startled by a loud groan from the sofa.
  • 26) ‘She tried to pull his shirt away from the wound but he groaned in pain.’
  • 27) ‘He slowly pulled himself up, and groaned as pain shot up and down his body.’
  • 28) ‘She groaned in pleasure as she sank into the water.’
  • 29) ‘I groaned loudly in frustration and buried my head back under the pillow.’
  • 30) ‘Her eyes filled with tears as she looked at him and heard him groan softly in pain.’
  • 31) ‘Mark groaned again in pain and tried to cover his ears.’
  • 32) ‘He was going to have to sit up, and he nearly groaned out loud at the thought.’
  • 33) ‘At the word " test, " the class groaned in unison.’
  • 34) ‘Instantly I groaned in agony and lifted my arm to block out the light.’
  • 35) ‘Kam groaned into her pillow, rolling over to slam the alarm off.’
  • 36) ‘I groaned with pleasure as her hands settled low on my back.’
  • 37) ‘I sat in the passenger seat, groaning every time we went over a bump.’
  • 38) ‘I rubbed my head again, groaning miserably, and slowly followed her outside.’
  • 39) ‘I groaned and complained that I was tired, but she insisted that it was my fault for staying up with Peter in his room all night.’
  • 40) ‘He packed his things into his backpack and tested it on his shoulders, groaning slightly as he adjusted to the weight.’
  • 41) ‘The man shifted his weight and groaned in agony.’
  • 42) ‘He took her bag from her, groaning slightly under the weight.’
  • 43) ‘Danielle groans with frustration and sinks down into the welcoming pillows of her bed.’
  • 44) ‘He sighed and slowly sat up, groaning with effort.’
  • 45) ‘He removed his boots and eased his burning feet into the cool water, groaning with pleasure as the water moved up over his ankles.’
  • 46) ‘"You are going to kill me, " Hannah groaned under her breath.’
  • 47) ‘Have you ever been in the middle of a weight workout and groaned, ‘This is killing me!’’
  • 48) ‘‘I'm not feeling well,’ she groaned.’
  • 49) ‘‘Arrggh, not so loud,’ he groaned.’
  • 50) ‘Grumpy old codgers such as Will Self and Bob Geldof have been moaning and groaning on prime-time TV about what really gets their goat.’
  • 51) ‘Once the initial elation of a happy event dies down, we quickly revert to type, moaning and groaning.’
  • 52) ‘He had a very well paid and exclusive job millions of people would kill for and was still moaning and groaning about Matt.’
  • 53) ‘I have a strong feeling that there is going to be a lot more moaning and groaning by these other strikers this season and possibly the departure of one or two of them.’
  • 54) ‘She had spent over an hour moaning and groaning about how stuffed a teenager's life was.’
  • 55) ‘If it had happened to me, I think I would have needed at least a week off work and there would have been plenty of moaning and groaning.’
  • 56) ‘Well, you can bitch, gripe, moan, groan, whine, cry and complain all you want.’
  • 57) ‘Yet my four-year-old grumbled and groaned on every visit.’
  • 58) ‘Costello won't like it of course, and will grumble and groan privately, but lacks the courage to actually do anything.’
  • 59) ‘I'm of the age where I have carte blanche to grumble and groan about Christmas.’
  • 60) ‘My mom was walking around the kitchen, groaning and complaining about the weather when I made my way downstairs.’
  • 61) ‘I grumbled and groaned all the way to the door, then opened it.’
  • 62) ‘Normally, I'd have groaned and complained about him touching me, but I didn't say anything.’
  • 63) ‘They just can't work him out, so they mump and moan and gripe and groan about how he doesn't lead from the front.’
  • 64) ‘We are not going to whinge about it, there's no good moaning or groaning about it, let's get on and get it over with.’
  • 65) ‘Through all of the above, not once has Tiger moaned or groaned about how unlucky he was or, conversely, how lucky his opponent was.’
  • 66) ‘National members can whinge, whine, moan, and groan, but in the end, people are better off after 6 years of this Government.’
  • 67) ‘They may be right, and if they are I shall moan and groan about the cold, the wet, the wind and whatever Nature may chose to visit upon me, of course I shall.’
  • 68) ‘Adding to the pressure on the company, investors are groaning about measly profit margins the company has reported.’
  • 69) ‘‘Scotland moans and groans so much about not having enough direct flights and tourism but there's no effort to turn it around,’ she said.’
  • 70) ‘The metal rungs creaked and groaned as she put her weight on them, but held firm against the stone wall.’
  • 71) ‘The impressive tent also housed the long tables groaning from the weight of delicious French produce on display.’
  • 72) ‘The old stairs creaked and groaned as I climbed them and suddenly, I felt very much like an intruder.’
  • 73) ‘The platform creaked and groaned but did not give way.’
  • 74) ‘The healthcare system groaned and creaked under the rising strain.’
  • 75) ‘The floors seemed uneven and walking around in the room caused the walls to creak and groan.’
  • 76) ‘The stairs creaked and groaned and rattled in protest.’
  • 77) ‘The old white couch groans as Julian drops his weight down upon it.’
  • 78) ‘The springs groaned loudly under our combined weight.’
  • 79) ‘Now my shelves groan under the weight of vinyl and CDs which remain unheard and unloved.’
  • 80) ‘The door creaked and groaned in protest as she slowly pushed it open.’
  • 81) ‘He climbed out of the wagon gingerly, his muscles groaning in protest.’
  • 82) ‘Now supermarket shelves groan under Mexican tacos, Japanese miso soup powder and Italian pasta.’
  • 83) ‘Then, they faded away, and the machinery groaned to a halt.’
  • 84) ‘As numbers of retirees increase, the health system groans under the strain.’
  • 85) ‘The local economy is groaning under the strain of this baby boom.’
  • 86) ‘The postbag was positively groaning this week.’
  • 87) ‘My car groaned a little on the rough, rocky roads along the lake's edge.’
  • 88) ‘As my bus slowly rattled and groaned its way out of La Paz for the long journey south, I shuddered at what I'd let myself in for.’
  • 89) ‘The ancient, dusty floorboards groaned miserably as Jacob laboriously climbed off his mattress.’
  • 90) ‘At the inn, over a breakfast table groaning with pecan granola, blueberry muffins, apple cakes and steaming coffee, my landlady confirms my suspicions.’
  • 91) ‘And then there's food - glorious food - tables groaning with breads, pies, fruitcakes and dainty sweets wrapped with red and green ribbon.’
  • 92) ‘I remember the Sunday afternoon teas at my grandparents' house as a child, the table groaning with various cakes and biscuits.’
  • 93) ‘We cleaned Sainsbury's out of booze and party food, so when the guests started to arrive, they were greeted by a table groaning with nibbles and drinks.’
  • 94) ‘Christmas cards often show tables groaning with such fare, along with the robins and snow, but increasingly we can see pohutakawa and pukeko alongside the traditional images.’
  • 95) ‘Our table was groaning with plates of meze and dressed with chilled bottles of Villa Doluca (the ubiquitous vin de table of Turkey).’
  • 96) ‘Tables groaning with bargain-priced DVDs and VCDs are set up out front.’
  • 97) ‘We had a trestle table positively groaning with gifts to unload, so it wasn't a quick process.’
  • 98) ‘Sometimes we write on what seems like a relatively trivial theme, and the mailbox groans with correspondence.’
  • 99) ‘Every evergreen bough groaned with half a foot of snow; the streets and sidewalks had disappeared.’
  • 100) ‘The table in the centre of the shop positively groans with the weight of olives and at weekends especially customers queue to relieve it of its burden.’
  • 101) ‘Riddled with pavement cafes and dotted with cosy bars, the city groans with museums and magical art galleries, cinemas and designer outlets.’
  • 102) ‘These collective venues host many of the events at this year's 35th Perth Festival, in a programme groaning with international stars and talent.’
  • 103) ‘It was an ideal stone's throw from the totally unspoilt village square with a local restaurant - with a stunning view out to sea - and a small supermarket groaning with fresh produce.’
  • 104) ‘It's a sign of the times that on the other side of the building container after container is lined up, newly arrived by cargo ship mainly from the Faroes and Iceland, and groaning with fish.’
  • 105) ‘As autumn approaches, vegetable gardens throughout the state are groaning with abundant supplies of zucchini and fresh corn.’
  • 106) ‘For a moment we gazed like children at the shelves groaning with boxes of chocolate, then we quickly, efficiently, and joyously filled our boots.’
  • 107) ‘There you will find whole websites, huge areas of cyberspace groaning with appalling games.’
  • 108) ‘Summer is the time when local fields are groaning with fresh strawberries and visitors can munch their way around the strawberry patches.’
  • 109) ‘With so many targets presenting themselves and his coffers groaning with cash, he will be spoilt for choice on Wednesday.’
  • 110) ‘The best souk is in Muscat, where stalls groan under the weight of antique silver (all sold by weight), tribal art from Zanzibar, dishdashas, frankincense and exotic perfumes.’
  • 111) ‘Just about every public service groans under the weight of paperwork, and the police are the latest to suffer.’
  • 112) ‘Worldcom's bankruptcy filing has lessons for domestic lenders groaning under a mountain of non-performing assets estimated to be anywhere between Rs 50,000 crore and Rs 75,000 crore.’
  • 113) ‘If Kerry had had his way, the Soviet Union and the nations behind the Iron Curtain would still be in place - groaning under inefficient, totalitarian Communist regimes.’
  • 114) ‘If treatment is further delayed, the health service, already groaning under the additional burden Aids creates, will grow increasingly less able to contemplate introducing it.’
  • 115) ‘In addition, the donations themselves are tax deductible, so if you're one of those groaning under our top marginal tax rate, the effective cost is only $250.’
  • 116) ‘ETA posits a land groaning under the yoke of imperial Spain - even though a territory called the Basque land probably never existed, and much of what they claim is in France.’
  • 117) ‘David Mackenzie said the courts were groaning under the strain of dealing with hundreds of minor offences over the past fortnight.’
  • 118) ‘Martin has promised to pump $9 billion into a system that is groaning under the strain of an aging population.’
  • 119) ‘Mr McGrath also feels the system is groaning under the massive demand for sex offender treatment programmes.’
  • 120) ‘Much of that money was not used usefully and with almost no industrial base the country is groaning under its debt burden.’
  • 121) ‘Both countries have generous social security arrangements and both economies are groaning under the weight of all of this.’
  • 122) ‘Most people seem to be groaning under the load of spam they get these days.’
  • 123) ‘For more than twenty years the anthracite miners have groaned under most intolerable and inhuman conditions.’
  • 124) ‘Many frontier inhabitants had perished, some cities had experienced food shortages, several colonies had been plunged into debt, and the citizenry groaned under heavy taxes.’
  • 125) ‘Without warning, another shot rings out, followed by a deep groan.’
  • 126) ‘Rupert rubbed his face, letting out a low groan of pain.’
  • 127) ‘My hips pressed closer to him, and a slight groan escaped from deep within my throat.’
  • 128) ‘Kyle doubled over in pain with a loud groan, holding his abdomen.’
  • 129) ‘The American lets out a groan of despair as he mis-hits a backhand at 30-15 down.’
  • 130) ‘Felix sat up with a groan, as the pain in his shoulder shot through his body.’
  • 131) ‘The girl struggles violently, her groans becoming inhuman howls and deep, guttural moans of psychological pain.’
  • 132) ‘The firemen rush in and immediately hear muffled groans coming from the aisle.’
  • 133) ‘Rika screamed again, throwing her head back and letting out a very loud groan of frustration.’
  • 134) ‘He let a low groan escape his lips.’
  • 135) ‘Suddenly, they heard loud groans of disappointment.’
  • 136) ‘Two thirds of the class emitted a collective groan of dismay.’
  • 137) ‘She sighed, then stifled a groan of pain.’
  • 138) ‘Will gave a low groan of pleasure and Agatha smiled against his lips.’
  • 139) ‘She gave a small groan of pain as he twisted her arm slightly.’
  • 140) ‘He suppressed a groan of disappointment and sighed instead.’
  • 141) ‘The entire area was plunged into total darkness again, to audible groans.’
  • 142) ‘He rolled off of me, unable to contain his groan of disappointment.’
  • 143) ‘Moans and groans from the wounded reached his ears and filled him with the deepest sorrow.’
  • 144) ‘With a groan, Nigel clicked off his cell phone and returned it to his pocket.’
  • 145) ‘The pupils come to me with their moans and groans, but I have heard nothing regarding them being attacked.’
  • 146) ‘And judging by the moans and groans coming from some supporters at the moment you would think Burnley are locked in a tailspin of cataclysmic proportions.’
  • 147) ‘They need to be controlled, irrespective of the moans and groans from those motorists who want to drive where they want at the speed they want.’
  • 148) ‘Not surprisingly, perhaps, his appointment was greeted with jeers, groans and moans.’
  • 149) ‘In fact, to listen to all of the moans and groans, it seems like just about the only thing the rankings got right was the No.1.’
  • 150) ‘And now the moans and groans of the over 50s have been given an airing in a survey.’
  • 151) ‘Years of moans and groans about the setting of the memorial came to an end this week as scaffolding was removed to reveal the new wall.’
  • 152) ‘Can we have more imaginative and creative solutions to this problem rather than moans and groans?’
  • 153) ‘After yesterday morning's training program, Ngubane ordered the players to be back at noon sparking groans and moans.’
  • 154) ‘The guests did as instructed amongst groans and mutters.’
  • 155) ‘I hear many moans and groans from bar, shop and restaurant owners that profits and numbers are getting lower every year.’
  • 156) ‘A fall in betting turnover is blamed, and any more disruptive action will hardly help that, and the moans and groans of generally fairly well off people find limited public sympathy.’
  • 157) ‘As we concrete our cites and place drains to deliver the water straight into our rivers then Britain will continue to be flooded and endless moans and groans will do nothing about it.’
  • 158) ‘I'd love it if they'd put up a fight against his nomination, but I seriously doubt they will beyond a few moans and groans for theater.’
  • 159) ‘Yet, despite the moans and groans, few people would ultimately argue against the need for employment rights.’
  • 160) ‘I can understand their moans and groans about one or two refereeing decisions, but they blew it.’
  • 161) ‘Despite moans and groans, they complied with orders and continued their journey.’
  • 162) ‘This is part of the issue in that the people, with all their groans and grumbles, are by and large happy with Skipton as it is.’
  • 163) ‘He flashed his badge, ignoring the groans and grumbles from the rest of the people in line.’
  • 164) ‘There was a chorus of groans and protests, but they ended in an annoyed state of resignation as everyone knew there wasn't much of an alternative.’
  • 165) ‘It's an old house, full of creaks and groans and other house sounds.’
  • 166) ‘In his heart he knew that these were nothing but foolish thoughts and that the sounds he could hear were just the unfamiliar creaks and groans of the old house but that didn't make the slightest bit of difference.’
  • 167) ‘The howling wind was still making its presence felt, shaking the structure of the building, causing countless creaks and groans to rise up from its foundations.’
  • 168) ‘Initially it seems that the ship is grounded as solidly as a breakwater, but after a while the creaks and groans are evidence of movement, however slight this may be.’
  • 169) ‘Troy got up early to hear loud creaks and groans from the west side of the ship.’
  • 170) ‘Occasional sounds of the ship reverberated around him, but having been journeying aboard the Majestic for a week now, he had grown used to the creaks and groans that echoed through its hull.’
  • 171) ‘There was a distinct groan as the hinges protested and a loud bang as the doors swung fully open.’
  • 172) ‘I smiled in return and dumped my bag on the table, which let out a small groan of protest.’
  • 173) ‘The ship came to rest with a groan and the familiar sound of a powering-down engine.’
  • 174) ‘Just as he was about to get up to look for a parachute, there were metallic groans and pings from the right side of the plane as the wing tore off, and the plane started rolling clockwise.’
  • 175) ‘I heard a low grunt, a noncommittal noise followed by the groan of the door closing.’
  • 176) ‘Opening without creak or groan, it revealed the loveliest room Sara had ever imagined.’

Examples

  • 1) grown men cry and suddenly look vulnerable.
  • 2) grown men and women had to hold onto railings, other humans and their car doors to stop themselves from fainting.
  • 3) From earliest morning the street that led to “the Castle” had seen a strange procession of poor and aged women pass, carrying flowers grown in window-gardens in the scant sunlight of the long Northern winter—“loved up, ” they say in Danish for “grown”; in no other way could it be done.
  • 4) In the United States, Walmart has committed to doubling the sale of locally sourced produce, which we define as grown and sold in the same state, to reach 9 percent of all produce sold.
  • 5) The result is what he calls a grown-up cocktail equivalent of a "toastie" an Australianism for a grilled sandwich and tomato soup.
  • 6) But the musician says he can express his faith even with what he calls his grown-up words.
  • 7) 
In the United States, Walmart has committed to doubling the sale of locally sourced produce, which we define as grown and sold in the same state, to reach 9 percent of all produce sold.
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