Grumbly [adjective]

Definition of Grumbly:

grouchy, hard to please

Opposite/Antonyms of Grumbly:

Sentence/Example of Grumbly:

This is too grousy and grumbly a letter to send off just as it is.

Buster Bear began to chuckle and then to laugh, and his laugh was deep and grumbly rumbly like his voice.

The doctor is still in his plaster cast, but I hear is doing well, after a grumbly fashion.

"I'm going fishing," said he in his deep grumbly-rumbly voice to no one in particular.

"I'm much obliged for the fine breakfast you have given me," said Buster in his deepest, most grumbly-rumbly voice.

Meanwhile the Duchess Grumbly was also occupied in attiring herself.

Now there lived at this same court a very rich old duchess whose name was Grumbly.

I am afraid to look back lest this one should read too grumbly to send.

Buster growled a deep, grumbly, rumbly growl and started up after him.

She looked all about for Percinet, but he was nowhere to be seen; so she had no choice but to go to the Duchess Grumbly's room.