Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of graunch.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Then, too, Sherwood (or Mel) has an unhappy way of making half-italicized gerunds out of her sound effects: ‘chinging’ and ‘graunching’ come to mind.

    August 15th, 2006

  • With a graunching of its low-slung rear, the TVR settled at a drunken angle in the shallow depression.

    Mistress for a Weekend

  • With a graunching of its low-slung rear, the TVR settled at a drunken angle in the shallow depression.

    Mistress For A Weekend

  • Then, at 7 P.M., a subterranean, graunching sound creaked from the base of the wellhead.

    The Will

  • But he could hear it; a low graunching sound came from under the earth as the stomach of the field was pumped, black bile rising under forced pressure.

    The Will

  • Metal on metal grinding graunching sounds, not good.

    phelicity Diary Entry

  • Then, at 7 P.M., a subterranean, graunching sound creaked from the base of the wellhead.

    The Will

  • But he could hear it; a low graunching sound came from under the earth as the stomach of the field was pumped, black bile rising under forced pressure.

    The Will

  • He put his weight on the lever and I could hear the metal graunching.

    Killing Floor

  • He put his weight on the lever and I could hear the metal graunching.

    Killing Floor

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