grutch

Related to grutch: delineated, mitigate

grutch

(ɡrʌtʃ)
vb
to grudgeto begrudge
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Take, for example, the blend grudge (grutch x gredge), where both words contribute an equal amount and an equal percentage of letters from themselves to the blend.
Yet grutch not that: when whistling Eurus comes, With all his worlds of insects in thy lands To hymenate, and monarchize o'er all Thy vegetable riches, then thy wood Shall ope it's arms expansive, and embrace The storm reluctant, and divert its rage.
"The aura of Grutch never goes away," said Scott, noting that the Fitchburg High field house named in his coach's honor is a daily reminder.
Again, Fitchburg has a team "Grutch" would be proud of.
It was always good to see Jerry Flynn walk into the old Brickyard with guys like Sam Pawlak, Sid Brown, or Sammy Marrone to referee one of those highly contested games with guys like Bob Foley, Billy Gibbons or "Grutch" Grutchfield on the sidelines.
"Grutch" had seen the development of young Wirtanen in his junior season, when he was a major cog on the Raider team which reached the Division I State championship finals against Brockton.
"Grutch," on the other hand, was raised in Quincy, where his athletic abilities were first nurtured, but it was the city by the river, Fitchburg, which he adopted and came to love.
Some-Body--My words and Acts hurt No-Body: No-Body--Som-Body hath belied me much, No-Body sure hath cause to grutch. See George Baron, No-Body his Complaint.
"Grutch came out wearing a bright red sports coat and Mazz walking out in a baby blue sports coat, and it came down to a two-point game.''