Examples of grouch in a Sentence
an uncle who is a real grouch when he's sick
having been proven wrong, he had a grouch on for hours afterwards
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Only the most stubborn retro-grouch would dispute the fact that, overall, cycling is constantly improving in that department.
Yep, everyone's favorite green grouch is apparently inspiring a lot of beauty looks, and TBH, some of them are definitely worth copying.
There’s the 1966 animated classic narrated by Boris Karloff, followed by the highly inferior 2000 live-action film starring Jim Carrey as the ol’ grouch who is as cuddly as a cactus. 8 and 8:30 p.m., NBC.
Eagle River Nature Center staff have worked hard to create hundreds of ice luminarias as well, making this evening party something to brighten up even the grinchiest grouch.
Why be such a grouch when people are just being friendly?
Previously known as a visionary coach in possession of more championship rings than fingers, Jackson spent his return to Gotham reimagining himself as an aging grouch who waxed wistful for a more artful and earthbound game.
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biliousness, crankiness, crossness, crotchetiness, grouchiness, grumpiness, huffiness, irascibility, irascibleness, irritability, irritableness, peevishness, perverseness, perversity, pettishness, petulance, surliness, testiness, waspishness;
GROUCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grouch for English Language Learners
: a person who complains frequently or constantly
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