grumpily


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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:
Adv.1.grumpily - in an ill-natured manner; "she looked at her husband crossly"
Translations
بِمُشاكَسَه، بِكَثير مِن الشَّكْوى
mrzutěnabručeně
gnavent
geîvonskulega, meî fÿlu
aksi aksi

grumpily

[ˈgrʌmpɪlɪ] ADVgruñonamente, malhumoradamente

grumpily

[ˈgrʌmpɪli] adv [say] → d'un air bougon

grumpily

adv (inf)brummig (inf), → mürrisch

grumpily

[ˈgrʌmpɪlɪ] advin modo scorbutico, scorbuticamente

grumpy

(ˈgrampi) adjective
bad-tempered. a grumpy old man.
ˈgrumpily adverb
ˈgrumpiness noun
References in classic literature ?
Then yez don't know what's good for yez," retorted Peg, rather grumpily.
Well, I hope your Sunday School will do yez good," said Peg, rather grumpily.
I'm offering you a partnership," said Doctor South grumpily.
I muttered, grumpily, that I had no particular respect for Falk.
Monsieur George remarked grumpily that he couldn't say.
THERE'S nothing more frustrating than watching a child grumpily pick at a meal you've slaved over.
The dancers from the stage schools are adorable and the young audience participants were particularly funny on press night due to the little girl who grumpily refused to cooperate with the Moo song.
Diamantopoulos will take on the role of Ralphie's father, who finds the gun on Christmas morning, grumpily deals with the neighbor's dogs, and also receives a rather odd gift after winning a contest, one which makes for a point of contention between him and his wife.
MY boiler is playing up so I'm shivering grumpily under icy jets every morning.
And they do not even have a separate meal for seniors that is easily chewable and does not give gas," I said grumpily.
Since bigtime filmmaking is a billion-dollar business that must run like clockwork to make a hefty profit, Shia was summarily dropped like a very hot and unsavory potato, and left to grumpily play the blame game-with himself.
I went outside the next morning and there she was, sitting back in her cage looking a bit bedraggled but grumpily chirping at me for breakfast.