curmudgeon[ ker-muhj-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF curmudgeon
Synonyms for curmudgeon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CURMUDGEON
Any scruples that he ever had on that score he had removed for himself by realizing that she was a curmudgeon.
Degas is amiability itself compared with this curmudgeon of genius.
Not so bold, however, as the badger and not so much of a curmudgeon.
And I marvelled at their intimacy, and wondered what that curmudgeon of a husband had to say to it!
I knowed the curmudgeon's voice, and I expect he knowed my hand, for he has felt it before.
Father Goriot was not communicative; in the sham countess' phrase he was "a curmudgeon."
The tone of the question awakened the curmudgeon's sense of common policy.
She does give the introduction, and her brother-in-law, though a curmudgeon, is at first disposed to honour her draft.
Curmudgeon, kur-muj′un, n. an avaricious, ill-natured fellow: a miser.
Ash copied the word into his dictionary in this manner: "Curmudgeon: from the French cœur unknown; and méchant, a correspondent."