from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A low growl; a subdued grumbling or faultfinding.
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The shaking of her gown and the snarl in the undergrowl sounded insatiate.
Arbuthnot says he was bowing and scraping, and all humility and politeness, with none of the undergrowl of the Association.
The French hardly trouble themselves now (except in an occasional undergrowl in some Liberal paper) about Syria, and the Government considering Mehemet Ali's destiny decided, only desire to be re - admitted into the great European Council, for the purpose of participating in the measures to be adopted for determining the condition of the Christian population of Syria, and for securing
House of Lords, which they showed in a sort of undergrowl and with rueful faces, for they stand in awe of the great man, and don't dare openly to remonstrate with him or blame his actions.