- v. present participle of gripe.
- n. acute abdominal pain (especially in infants)
“I don't know what all the griping is about, this looks intriguing to me: visually cool, hot babes, gun play … I'll be checking this out no question.”
“As usual griping is fun, but actions help win! look up your state committee members at www. wsrp.org”
“All this griping is not to say that the book did not have some good points.”
“Before I begin griping, let me first say this: I really wanted to like this movie.”
“C) backstab a lot of the tea-baggers because he does want to keep his job, returning to his fairly liberal Republican roots (hint: he voted for the Massachusetts health care program), and we’ll get to hear quite a bit of moaning and griping from the tea-baggers about this Great Betrayal when they fail to win back a majority in 2010 and 2012.”
“There’s just no sense in griping about divided government now.”
“Which of course paves the way for post-win griping.”
“It's great to see something showing gratitude during a time of year when it seems that everyone is wrapped up in griping.”
“The Chadwicks had earned a good name in Barchester; they had lived respected by bishops, deans, canons, and precentors; they had been buried in the precincts of the cathedral; they had never been known as griping, hard men, but had always lived comfortably, maintained a good house, and held a high position in Barchester society.”
“I expect he thought my bowels were griping, which is a common trouble with actors just going on; he did not keep me, and I got away in time.”
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