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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

grum•ble*ˈgrʌm bəl(v.; n.)-bled, -bling

  1. (v.i.)to murmur or mutter in discontent.

  2. to utter low, indistinct sounds; growl.

  3. to rumble.

  4. (v.t.)to express or utter with murmuring or complaining.

  5. (n.)an expression of discontent; complaint.

  6. grumbles, a grumbling, discontented mood.

  7. a rumble.

* Syn: See complain.

Origin of grumble:

1580–90; perh. freq. of OE grymman to wail; cf. MD grommen, G grummeln

grum′bly(adj.)

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  1. grumbly(Adjective)

    Given to grumbling

Webster Dictionary

  1. Grumbly(adverb)

    in a grum manner


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