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
The naps and the pudding cups, though, were turning me into a grouchy gaseous bridge troll who didn’t want to do anything, ever, including write her column or work on her book or leave the house to see a friend.
Although 9-year-old Kate looked thrilled to be dolled up for the day, waving at the camera and happily posing for pictures, Pippa, then age 7, fussed with her flower headpiece and seemed a little more grouchy.
Oscar the grouchy opossum? Breckinridge Sq., 500 block, Leesburg, April 29.
Lear’s most famous character, the grouchy, epithet-loving blowhard Archie Bunker, played by Carroll O’Connor, and the public’s reaction to Archie, seems to have new resonance in the Trump era.
In Finn’s recollection, Ranieri could be insensitive, sarcastic, and generally oblivious about grating on Finn’s nerves; on the other hand, Finn was unaccountably grouchy and quick-tempered.
There’s a grouchy principal (Dean Norris), a horny guidance counselor (Jillian Bell), a dweeby security guard (Kumail Nanjiani), a nutty football coach (Tracy Morgan) and a femme fatale French instructor (Christina Hendricks).
GROUCHY COACH (PART 2) Sutter insisted the Kings’ 4-3 overtime victory over Wild was not actually an OT win.
But Murray, a sometimes grouchy, self-critical player who had become a father in February, pushed himself to the verge of the top spot during a spectacular second half.
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First Known Use of grouchy
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
Definition of grouchy for Students
: tending to be irritable or to complain a lot
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