Examples of grumpy in a Sentence
Our neighbor is a grumpy old man.
I was feeling grumpy after my long flight.
Recent Examples of grumpy from the Web
Adjan, for instance, is beguiling as Ellen, a vibrant American woman whose anniversary trip to Paris with her grumpy husband leads to an encounter worthy of a romance novel, sending her home with her own version of a Mona Lisa smile.
About 75% of the time, negative reviews of doctors and clinics are about things like wait times, grumpy receptionists or parking—things can easily be addressed, those in the industry say.
PM, free Mon 6/19: Celebrate 39 years of Garfield during Essay Fiesta at the Book Cellar (4736 N. Lincoln) with readings honoring the lasagna-loving, Monday-hating, original grumpy cat himself.
The cynical and somewhat accurate view of peer review is that a few grumpy old men are given prior access to your work.
Somehow she was survived by two fat kids and one grumpy old kid.
The merchandise being sold out of the Rickmobile includes backpacks, clothing and an array of plush toys such as happy, grumpy and bored Rick and Morty, Mr. Meeseeks, Snowball, Squanchy and many more.
A grumpy Trump even refused to shake the chancellor’s hand after their cold meeting.
The pope took a press photo Monday with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, and once again, the pope is looking rather grumpy.
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First Known Use of grumpy
GRUMPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grumpy for English Language Learners
: easily annoyed or angered : having a bad temper or complaining often
GRUMPY Defined for Kids
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