Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of grouch.

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Examples

  • They hammer its head off and get grouched because it ain't an angel of obedience.

    CHAPTER XXXI

  • He has often done this, when not "sea-grouched," and often he has mentioned with pride -- yes, with reverence -- a master with whom he sailed five years.

    CHAPTER XXIV

  • “I heard that,” Nana grouched, lifting her head from the notebook.

    Arcane Circle

  • “I heard that,” Nana grouched, lifting her head from the notebook.

    Arcane Circle

  • “I heard that,” Nana grouched, lifting her head from the notebook.

    Arcane Circle

  • Players have grouched about scheduling changes, complained about transportation and revolted over court conditions.

    How Saturday Could Save the Open

  • They're grouched because they got to dance together.

    CHAPTER II

  • "Yes, all fight," Cara grouched as she intently watched out beyond the ridge.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • "I guess it depends whether you have your own personality or whether you are a lemming-like follower of current trends," Mr. Lutz grouched.

    Intelligent Design: To Save Itself, GM Needs Style

  • My friends who still lived there grouched that it was becoming too safe, too neat.

    Trey Ellis: A Father's First Year in Manhattan

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