View definitions for grumble
verb as in complain
McConnell isn’t one to gamble with a headcount, so the fact he announced the deal presumes he has the votes in the Senate despite the grumbles over an encroaching House.
But Google grumble grumble makes me compose new messages in a tiny window, you say.
But grumble grumble sometimes my messages get sorted into the wrong folders.
But grumble grumble Google just forced this upon me without asking, you say.
So for now, the movies are about more, even if many of us will grumble about Les Miz's running time on the way out of the theater.
Yes, Republicans grumble (rightly) against the Obama green-energy subsidies.
He had transferred himself to the buggy with a grumble of disgust, and begged her to come for him early in the morning.
In any case my conscience will be clear, and I shall no longer have any right to grumble at my lot.
"No wonder things git pindlin' under this old locust-tree," Sophy heard him grumble.
Gradually the relaxing steam-radiators began to grunt and grumble into a chill quietude.
By the marauders it was looked upon as a grand frolic, and owners of missing mats and deluged yards might grumble as they pleased.
On this page you'll find 85 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grumble, such as: carp, fuss, gripe, groan, moan, and squawk.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.