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
With his brilliantly grumpy roles in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and The Band’s Visit, the Lebanese-American actor has been propelled back into the hearts and minds of America.
Today, Starbucks, a company known for making mornings a little bit easier by providing caffeine fixes aplenty, implemented a price increase that's probably not significant enough to ruin customers' days but could give them a grumpier start.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte's beloved babysitter managed to keep all 10 tots dutifully (and adorably) in-line throughout the hour-long ceremony at St. George's Chapel (despite a few grumpy moments and a charmingly chatty Prince George).
While some grumpy Republicans might think their governor strayed too far from their president, Hogan won’t need the grumpies if enough Democrats vote red.
Maybe not, but earlier in the week the president did try to portray himself as less grumpy about traveling north and more ready for a fight.
Just ask grumpy defensive end Tyrone Crawford, who feels very old at 28 with all the noise from the millennials in the locker room, including nine rookie draft picks and 24 undrafted rookie free agents.
There are ample parts in blockbusters and buddy movies for older dudes, grumpy and otherwise.
No list of Indy's finest felines would be complete without the world's biggest lover of lasagna and hater of Mondays: the grumpy godfather himself, Garfield.
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Definition of grumpy for English Language Learners
: easily annoyed or angered : having a bad temper or complaining often
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