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  • v. 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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  • 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"

  • "More like a hundred," grunted "Bart" Cloud, not yet won over to good temper.

    The Half-Back

  • Lord Mongrober grunted, meaning to imply by his grunt that anyone would be very much mistaken who supposed that he had any work to do because he was a peer of Parliament.

    The Prime Minister

  • Lord Mongrober grunted, meaning to imply by his grunt that any one would be very much mistaken who supposed that he had any work to do because he was

    The Prime Minister

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