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grunt

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of grunt

  1. 1 speech that is not clear enough to be understood preoccupied with what he was doing, the mechanic gave only a grunt when I asked when the car would be ready Synonyms of grunt mumble, grunting, murmur, murmuring, mutter, mutteringWords Related to grunt rumor, undertone, whisper; babble, babbling, blab, blabbing, chatter, chattering, drivel, driveling (or drivelling), gabble, gabbling, jabber, jabbering, maundering, prattle, prattling, rambling

  2. 2 a person who does very hard or dull work we have an opening in the warehouse if you don't mind doing grunt work Synonyms of grunt dogsbody [chiefly British], drone, drudge, drudger, fag, foot soldier, grub, grubber, slave, laborer, peon, plugger, slavey, slogger, toiler, workerWords Related to grunt workhorse; coolie, serfNear Antonyms of grunt goldbrick, shirker; drone, idler, lazybones, loafer, slouch, slug, sluggard


grunt

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of grunt

  1. to speak softly and unclearly was so absorbed with the video game that when asked what he wanted for dinner, he just grunted Synonyms of grunt chunter [British], mumble, mouth, murmur, mutterWords Related to grunt babble, blab, chatter, drivel, gabble, gibber, jabber, maunder, prattle, ramble; breathe, gasp, pant, whisper; buzzNear Antonyms of grunt articulate, enunciateAntonyms of grunt speak out, speak up



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