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
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?
And Pratt admits his most embarrassing parenting experience also got him a bit grumpy.
The three-hour drive from Boulder has left me a little nauseous and grumpy.
And each West has adopted a completely different facial expression: Kim smizes (or squints) at the camera next to Kanye, who's doing his signature grumpy dad face, while Chicago lies asleep in Kim's arms.
Studi, who lives in Santa Fe, N.M., on the film, American Indians in Hollywood, the persistence of prejudice and his dream of being a grumpy old man.
Then came the Pirates and grumpy manger Clint Hurdle.
The two looked grumpy, but also very chic slouching about on a ledge.
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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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