Grousing [adjective]

Definition of Grousing:

irritable, testy

Opposite/Antonyms of Grousing:

Sentence/Example of Grousing:

From gulls to grouse to grackles, more than 10,000 bird species live on this planet.

Mavis, sitting on one of the lockers, and listening to the general grousing going on around her, shook herself impatiently.

Growling and grousing and his eye all bloodshot from the drouth is in it and the hydrophobia dropping out of his jaws.

This 'ere bloke you're grousing at 'e's a friend of mine, and I'll pipe up for a friend when 'e's being reprimanded undeserving.

"Oh, some people find cause for grousing, no matter how good their luck is," Jim answered.

But soon they settled down to do their job, to take trouble over their work rather than make trouble by grousing over it.

Some of the fellows who were doing so much grousing last week ought to have come along today and seen some real football.

This is not incompatible with the "grousing" or grumbling which the Englishman regards as his prerogative.

He muttered and grumbled to himself about the risk, and his grousing got on our nerves even worse than usual.

And so fell to abuse of one another, finding fault and grousing; as all good British soldiers do when they are well off.