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
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.
Florence is the cousin of Grace Van Cutsem, the adorably grumpy little girl who went viral at Will and Kate's 2011 wedding: Markle also has two goddaughters as bridesmaids: Remi, six, and Rylan Litt, seven.
They're worn out and nutritionally stressed — maybe a little grumpy.
The animals are also dressed as humans, with personalities all their own, from the texting teenager to the grumpy, old man.
Playing Esti’s husband and inadvertent oppressor, Nivola is appropriately grumpy and subdued, suggesting a well of rage hiding beneath a passive surface.
Is spring the time to sell a house modeled after the cottage where the fictional Snow White lived with the grumpy, happy and bashful Seven Dwarfs?
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GRUMPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grumpy for English Language Learners
: easily annoyed or angered : having a bad temper or complaining often
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