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 ?
Monsieur George remarked grumpily that he couldn't say.
I'm offering you a partnership," said Doctor South grumpily.
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 muttered, grumpily, that I had no particular respect for Falk.
There are moments of gentle humour and charm, especially when he plays with his granddaughter, and subtle drama as he grumpily and grudgingly comes to realise he has a chance of happiness in his lonely life.
Island Birthday" takes the reader on a gorgeous visual tour of the beautiful Maine island, as Riley visits favorite people and places, grumpily complaining and also remembering many special experiences living on the island.
Just before making his frank admission about his future, the feisty Belmadi had grumpily refused to discuss it when questioned by a journalist.
ONE November night in 1984 I sat stony-faced and fumed while my dad, a leftover from the Vera Lynn generation, stared grumpily at the TV screen as Midge Ure and Bob Geldof presented the Band Aid line-up that was making a record for Ethiopian famine relief.
Instead it was promising youngster, Ross Murdoch, who was first to the finish, leaving the face of the Games to grumpily muse 'I don't train for second'
The huge beast broke off from its salmon fishing expedition in a river to stare grumpily down the lens for a passport-style close-up.
After a picnic lunch and some local Cornish ice-cream for pudding, Emily got to drive a mini JCB while Francesca, too young to take the wheel, looked on grumpily.