gruntled

gruntled

(ˈɡrʌntəld)
adj
informal happy or contented; satisfied
[C20: back formation from disgruntled]
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To date he has completed five sell-out national tours and released the DVDs Britain's Got Idiots, Gruntled, Slacktivist and Live & Unleashed - But Naturally Cautious.
GARY MOORE could be forgiven for looking less than gruntled. His mooted Channel ports blockade has failed to materialise and the French raider Master Dino has arrived in good time for what locals are describing as the best novice chase ever run at Plumpton.
One disgruntled customer - unfairly, the English language has no place for gruntled customers - posted: "Disgusting.
Susie will retell the adventures that lie hidden within such words as lasagne (involving a chamber pot) and bugbear (a terrorising monster), and explain such oddities as the silent 'h' in ghost and the mysterious disappearance of kempt, gormful, and ruly (and yes, you really can be gruntled).
Youngsters have fun recreating the terms couth (correct but obsolete) and gruntled (incorrect: if grumd ever existed, disgruntled would not have been its opposite), There is no lack of other examples in common speech.
in PG Wodehouse terms, far from being gruntled" Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg on his reaction to being stopped and searched by police in London.
During that first New Labour term, the unions would never have admitted to being completely gruntled with the rhetoric and imagery of New Labour, but could point to several tangible gains, from the minimum wage and GCHQ union membership to the New Deal for jobs, funded by the New Labour populism of a windfall tax by casting unpopular 'fat cats' in the privatised utilities as the undeserving rich.
Which is where Andy Parsons' new stand-up show, Gruntled, comes in.
TODAY Andy Parsons: Gruntled, Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline Starts 7.30pm.
The star of BBC's Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo, Andy Parsons is coming back to the Westgate Road theatre with his show, Gruntled.
During Saturday's concert - I'll wager some of the punters roughing it watching the live public screening in the Munsterplatz were less than gruntled - the Bremen Orchestra was presented with the German record-critics' prize for 2010.
Sadly, we have just missed I Forgot Day, International Chicken Wing Day, Stay Out of the Sun Day, Tell the Truth Day (which could have caused a few problems), Gruntled Workers Day, Yellow Pig Day, National Hug Your Kid Day and The Fourth of July.