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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of grunt.

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Examples

  • Ansar, my camel - so-called because his name meant "the oldest" in Arabic - grunted as it attempted to navigate the soft, undulating curves or piste, of the Sahara.

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  • Ansar, my camel - so-called because his name meant "the oldest" in Arabic - grunted as it attempted to navigate the soft, undulating curves or piste, of the Sahara.

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  • Playing on the Ravons, I called the new management company Nevermore Ltd. When I asked Tug what he thought of the name he grunted and asked if it was for the home of Peter Pan, “Where the Lost Boys never grow up.”

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • Playing on the Ravons, I called the new management company Nevermore Ltd. When I asked Tug what he thought of the name he grunted and asked if it was for the home of Peter Pan, “Where the Lost Boys never grow up.”

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • Playing on the Ravons, I called the new management company Nevermore Ltd. When I asked Tug what he thought of the name he grunted and asked if it was for the home of Peter Pan, “Where the Lost Boys never grow up.”

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • Hyaki looked over his shoulder, grunted a kata, and wished that their food would hurry up and emerge from hibernation in the kitchen.

    The Mocking Program

  • But after a time when the two dared hardly draw a full breath, the stag grunted and trotted toward the lake.

    Here Abide Monsters

  • Ward grunted a word that sounded like "dam-chump."

    The Ranch at the Wolverine

  • Father looked funny and kind of grunted and said, yes, yes, he knew.

    Mary Marie

  • "It'll be double that before we get through," grunted "Long Tommy," as we stepped back from the loaded gun.

    A Gunner Aboard the "Yankee"

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