grumbler

[ gruhm-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF grumbler

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRUMBLER

Helloa, you are more of a grumbler than I ever saw you before.

The grumbler of the day's march is very frequently the joker of the bivouac.

There is my brother, a grumbler too, but professes to have a wiser head than mine.

I confess that I am always pleased with the Parson in the character of grumbler.

The lady is from Marblehead; the other has before-time been dubbed the Grumbler.

The boaster soon exhausts his subject; the grumbler has matter that lasts for ever.

"Show me a volunteer and I'll show you a grumbler," put in the Governor, laughing.

The grumbler can go to a restaurant and take a cup and drink it up for a dime.

I am no grumbler, but I do like to see the sun at least 300 days out of the 365.

"You call me Gruidor, and grumbler I am," said he of the sweet eyes, with a laugh.

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