Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of grunion.

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Examples

  • He took them to tidal pools and on midnight expeditions to stalk wild grunions, tiny fish that spawn by night on beaches at high tide.

    California Showman Pioneered Whale Watching as a Pastime

  • But while blunders and bloopers have ever exasperated the spelling snobs and grammar grunions of the world, our recent woes - housing foreclosures, massive layoffs, rising debt and war - may be ratcheting up the pressure some feel to seize control of something

    Portland Mercury

  • But while blunders and bloopers have ever exasperated the spelling snobs and grammar grunions of the world, our recent woes - housing foreclosures, massive layoffs, rising debt and war - may be ratcheting up the pressure some feel to seize control of something (anything!), even if it's just a properly placed comma.

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  • TRex keeps the gag in, until he gets used to the frickin’ *la-ser* mounted on his *cra-nium* (those are words you grunions er, minions might learn in evil trial litigation school…In Rangoon)…And my Paraguayan factory has the latest set of compliance implants now ready for installation… Prepare to be shorn (prolonged evil laugh)

    Firedoglake » Corruption and Lobbying Reform Stalls…Again

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