grump

[ US /ˈɡɹəmp/ ]
[ UK /ɡɹˈʌmp/ ]
NOUN
  1. a bad-tempered person
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How To Use grump In A Sentence

  • It is a rebuke to those who grumpily accept their snail-paced status quo. Times, Sunday Times
  • WC Fields looms round and grumpy, his bulbous nose glowing, piggy eyes shut from lack of sleep.
  • Anyway, we grumped our way into town and did eventually get energised by it all and got through the whole session in good time.
  • The voice was low, and he sounded like those people who were grumpy all the time.
  • It is determined to cheer up the region's grumps.
  • There have been deals cut behind closed doors that are going to provide benefits for individual senators and their states, whether it's Vermont, Nebraska, or Florida," Chambliss grumped. Healthcare reform passes, freakout continues - poli
  • It began as a way of pacifying her when she was in a rare grumpy mood, and now it's the reason we go to Target.
  • Don't bother with the scenic railway, grumped the driver who picked us up from the Megalong Valley once we'd landed.
  • How am I supposed to maintain a good grump with you being so damned cute?
  • Madeleine burst out laughing at my grumpy expression and threw one of her pillows at me.
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