- An anatomical word describing the space between your eyebrows that scrunches when you are irritated.
Rogi is going to have a temper tantrum. His grump is huge!
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grump´i|ly — grump|y «GRUHM pee», adjective, grump|i|er, grump|i|est, noun, plural grump|ies. –adj. surly; ill tempered; … Useful english dictionary
grump|y — «GRUHM pee», adjective, grump|i|er, grump|i|est, noun, plural grump|ies. –adj. surly; ill tempered; … Useful english dictionary
grump — grump·i·ly; grump·i·ness; grump·ish; grump; … English syllables
grump — [grump] n. [prob. echoic of ill tempered cry] 1. [often pl.] a fit of bad humor 2. a grumpy person vi. to complain and grumble … English World dictionary
grump — /grump/, n. 1. a person given to constant complaining. 2. Informal. the grumps, a depressed or sulky mood. v.i. 3. to complain or sulk. [1835 45; prob. back formation from GRUMPY] * * * … Universalium
grump — [ grʌmp ] noun count INFORMAL someone who complains a lot and is rarely happy … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
grump — ill humor, 1727, in humps and grumps surly remarks, later the grumps a fit of ill humor (1844), then a person in ill humor (1900); perhaps an extended sense of grum morose, surly, which probably is related to Dan. grum cruel; or perhaps suggested … Etymology dictionary
grump — [n] cranky person bear*, complainer, crab*, curmudgeon, grouch, malcontent, sorehead*, sourpuss*, whiner; concepts 412,423 … New thesaurus
grump — informal ► NOUN 1) a grumpy person. 2) a fit of sulking. ► VERB ▪ act in a sulky, grumbling manner. ORIGIN imitative of sounds expressing displeasure … English terms dictionary
grump — UK [ɡrʌmp] / US noun [countable] Word forms grump : singular grump plural grumps informal someone who complains a lot and is rarely happy … English dictionary