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
Harold and Burt are both grouchy, but have different outlooks on life.
Neither side won enough seats for a majority government, so the decision about the country's future came down to the grouchy, anti-immigration leader of the New Zealand First Party, Winston Peters.
Déjà's now staying in some kind of group home, and her foster dad is grouchy and terrifying.
This drinking pattern is now quite established and there are certain consequences -- your interrupted sleep, his interrupted sleep and his grouchy hangovers in the morning.
This drinking pattern is now quite established and there are certain consequences — your interrupted sleep, his interrupted sleep and his grouchy hangovers in the morning.
No one at National Review has ever been guilty of this failing, of course, but some conservatives do have a tendency to the grumpy, the grouchy, and the grumbly.
Maybe that seems like a hot take from a grouchy, antisocial misanthrope (still not wrong).
The supporting players included Fred Armisen as an irascible head department store holiday elf, and David Alan Grier as a grouchy Santa Claus.
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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
GROUCHY Defined for Kids
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