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The three gave Andy a look and a grunt, but otherwise they paid no attention to him.
There was a brief shifting of eyes toward him, and a grunt from Jeff; that was all.
He did not speak, but he made an inarticulate noise between a grunt and a sniff.
Mr Verloc, after a grunt of disapproving surprise, returned to the sofa.
The grunt of the human hog (Pignoramus intolerabilis) with an audible memory.
Kirkwood would know; and by way of reply had a grunt of the younger waterman.
With a grunt of approval, Calendar swept the weapon up and into his pocket.
Beyond a growl or a grunt, the dog took its punishment silently.
There was a whack as one lump hit the boat, and a grunt as the other struck some man.
She does not want to listen or talk, she only wants to scrunch betel, and grunt.
Old English grunnettan "to grunt," frequentative of grunian "to grunt," probably imitative (cf. Danish grynte, Old High German grunnizon, German grunzen "to grunt," Latin grunnire "to grunt"). Related: Grunted; grunting.
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