Examples of grouchy in a Sentence
I get grouchy when I'm tired.
a lack of sleep would make anyone grouchy
Recent Examples of grouchy from the Web
But look, unless the guest threw a gigantic party, most of them are going to say something similar because nobody wants to look like a grouchy host.
Neither did Vladimir Nabokov, and winning the Nobel didn’t make Saul Bellow any less grouchy.
And a good number of Democrats are no doubt grouchy that their own personal policy demands are not being addressed by their party.
And not Asia, who plays Beyoncé as mean and grouchy.
Yost is short and grouchy during win streaks, and has trained himself to be patient and smile through losing streaks.
When Spots is nowhere to be found, Atari is aided in his seemingly hopeless mission by the aforementioned friendly foursome, and also, reluctantly, by a grouchy stray named Chief (Bryan Cranston), who opposes domestication of any kind.
Although March has been coming in like a grouchy lion, at least one gentle lamb — not to mention a host of other baby animals — will visit New York this weekend.
Harold and Burt are both grouchy, but have different outlooks on life.
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GROUCHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grouchy for English Language Learners
: tending to complain about things : having a bad temper
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