grumpy

[ gruhm-pee ]SEE DEFINITION OF grumpy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRUMPY

Of course, now and then he's grumpy--but he always has had fits of grumpiness.

But Grumpy and Little Johnny were the best known of them all.

Luckily, all the jam-pots were at Johnny's end; he stayed by them, and Grumpy stayed by him.

It is not likely that Grumpy knew exactly what her son was crying for.

The rather numerous men of the family were dense and grumpy, or dense and jocose.

He was abrupt in manner and grumpy in speech with the seamen.

Never be grumpy, man, when I've got the most glorious bit of fun in the world to tell you, too.

And Grumpy Weasel gave a sort of shrug, as if to say that he supposed he was.

Where, when, and how far does Grumpy want to run against me?

He did not have what you could call a pleasant talk with Grumpy Weasel.

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