- v. Simple past tense and past participle of grouse.
“I "groused" too, like a good fellow, but had to go.”
“And so he "groused" and grumbled after the manner of Tommies the world over.”
“Through it all he "groused," but he applied himself earnestly to the task in hand and seriously complained only about his spoiled clothes.”
“The criticisms, curiously enough, came in a great many cases from the very men in the Towers 'ranks who had often "groused" most at the silliness of themselves being kept up to the mark in these matters.”
“The vultures groused, ‘Just look at how tiny you are.’”
“Then he groused that his wealthy friends are "paying lower tax rates than the people who are serving us the food.”
““If those two cared about their son, they would have come back long before now,” he groused.”
“For years, U.S. politicians and economists have groused about China's heavily undervalued currency.”
“After Davis groused about former President Bill Clinton's decision to campaign for Emanuel, Braun did the same – adding her own dig at Emanuel.”
“Stephen had given “so many strange orders,” the colonel groused, “that it will be with great difficulty, if it is even possible, to extricate the officers and myself from the dilemma and trouble they have occasioned.””
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