grumpiness


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grump·y

 (grŭm′pē)
adj. grump·i·er, grump·i·est
Surly and peevish; cranky.

grump′i·ly adv.
grump′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grumpiness - a fussy and eccentric disposition
ill nature - a disagreeable, irritable, or malevolent disposition
Translations
شَكوى، مُشاكَسَه
nevrlost
surhed
geîvonska
aksilikhuysuzluk

grumpiness

[ˈgrʌmpɪnɪs] Nmal humor m

grumpiness

[ˈgrʌmpɪnɪs] nscontrosità, irritabilità

grumpy

(ˈgrampi) adjective
bad-tempered. a grumpy old man.
ˈgrumpily adverb
ˈgrumpiness noun
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