Definition of Grouch:
person who complains a lot
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Sentence/Example of Grouch:
He pictured himself as an old grouch, soured on the world, and surely uncompanionable.
"Lumpy's got on the grouch that won't come off," grinned Big-foot.
One weazened grouch, Hank Burns, who had been a miner for forty years, tried to account for it.
Behind the back of Monsieur P—— they grouch; before his face they grovel.
No need to gloom or grouch or fret, no need to howl or whine; but may the right to voice a grief or own a pain be mine.
The man who ridicules everything is on the toboggan slide, and he will end up by becoming an out-and-out grouch.
It is the grouch—in whom the fire starts slowly and smoulders indefinitely—that nobody likes.
He wanted very much to tell Raymond that he was a little grouch and Weir that he looked like a puffed-up toad.
I know Kent is in a state of grouch with himself for sailing when he did.
I should think Ruth would be the last person youd ever have a grouch on.