grouse[ grous ]SEE DEFINITION OF grouse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROUSE
You may make a similar pie of pheasants, partridges, or grouse.
My dear old ass, Gilbert wrote, why grizzle and grouse at the Bally Awful!
But all this is away from the point, which is, why grizzle and grouse at the Bally Awful.
I was watching Willie and Grouse at play on the lawn a few days since.
So Willie went back to where Grouse lay in the sun drying himself.
If that were the policy; not one grouse or grumble should ever cross my lips.
In the old days, Grouse had a good voice and Turkey had none.
He writes that he was after grouse, hoping to get quite a number of them.
Standish gleefully displayed two hares and a brace of grouse.
So the General went off northward for what was left of the grouse season.
type of game bird, 1530s, grows (plural, used collectively), of unknown origin, possibly from Latin or Welsh.