grumpier grumpier  /ˈɡrəm pi ər/


  • (adj) annoyed and irritable

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  1. At street level, this lull means Ali is grumpier than usual because taking home poor tips guarantees a regular ear bashing from his wife.
  2. Gets stronger and grumpier with age.
  3. When Harold Ickes returned to Washington from his Olympic National Park vacation this fall, he was even grumpier than when he left.


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  1. "There are certainly a lot of grumpy old men in the squad and the more they are criticised, the grumpier they get," said Robinson. "Phil's one of them, so nothing's changed there."
    on Oct 7, 2007 By: Jason Robinson Source: Daily Mail

  2. Those remarks, ESPN analyst Pam Shriver said, were "grumpier and less gracious than usual. I think he's on edge. I think internally, maybe he's a little bit uncomfortable because of the big question hanging over him."
    on Jun 30, 2010 By: Pam Shriver Source: ESPN

  3. "Tom is a little grumpier," Cutler said with a grin.
    on Sep 26, 2008 By: Jay Cutler Source:

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