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 ?
And the other, an older man, uttered grumpily: "No fear!
"Then yez don't know what's good for yez," retorted Peg, rather grumpily. But a few whiffs of her pipe placated her and, observing Cecily sigh, she asked her kindly what was the matter.
"Well, I hope your Sunday School will do yez good," said Peg, rather grumpily. But she relented again at the last and gave Cecily a wishbone.
"I'm offering you a partnership," said Doctor South grumpily.
I muttered, grumpily, that I had no particular respect for Falk.
"Never spoke to him in my life," I said grumpily. "Can't imagine what he means by competing.
Monsieur George remarked grumpily that he couldn't say.
At this rate it won't be long before I'm hollering 'fiddlesticks', 'cripes' and 'gadzooks' as I grumpily drive through the capital's accident blackspots.
That would explain why she grumpily stuck a finger up at our snapper.
Normally when they've stopped yawning they'll turn the page after grumpily saying something like ``idiot or loser'' and I'll know my job is done.
Haworth, near Keighley in Yorkshire, is the home of the Bronte sisters and every bank holiday it is packed with crowds jostling grumpily in its cobbled streets.
After missing the cut, he bowed out grumpily, blaming everyone except himself for his seemingly irreversible loss of form.