grunt[ gruhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF grunt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRUNT
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.