Definition of Grousing

1. Verb. (present participle of grouse) ¹



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Definition of Grousing

1. grouse [v] - See also: grouse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grousing

groupwide
groupwork
groupworker
groupworkers
groupy
grouse
grouse-berry
grouse whortleberry
grouseberry
groused
grouselike
grouser
grousers
grouses
grousest
grousing (current term)
grout
grouted
grouter
grouters
groutier
groutiest
grouting
groutings
groutite
groutlike
grouts
grouty
grove
grove snail

Literary usage of Grousing

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1. The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases in the by Lawrence Lewis, Adelbert Hamilton, John Houston Merrill, William Mark McKinney, James Manford Kerr, John Crawford Thomson (1890)
"grousing of one railroad bj another. 17168; 20313. Abuse of the privilege. 17169. Damage« a« a preventive for an abuse of power. 17,1B9. ..."

2. Upland Game Birds by Edwyn Sandys, Theodore Strong Van Dyke (1902)
"This is erroneous. When unalarmed, the bird rises without any noticeable whirring. SOME GLIMPSES OF grousing The best ruffed grouse shooting the writer ..."

3. The Guards Came Through: And Other Poems by Arthur Conan Doyle (1920)
"... grousing "The army swore terribly in Flanders."- UNCLE TOBY. WHAT do the soldiers say? "Dam! Dam! Dam! I don't mind cold, I don't mind heat, ..."

4. Upland Game Birds by Edwyn Sandys, Theodore Strong Van Dyke (1902)
"SOME GLIMPSES OF grousing The best ruffed grouse shooting the writer has enjoyed has been in the grand covers of Wisconsin, Michigan, and western Ontario ..."

5. Six Months on the Italian Front: From the Stelvio to the Adriatic, 1915-1916 by Julius Mendes Price (1917)
"... vast military colony—Pride of officers and men in their work—Men on "special" work—" grousing" unknown in Italian Army —Territorials — Middle-aged men—" ..."

6. A Private in the Guards by Stephen Graham (1919)
"... There's an empty chair. Many hymns are parodied. " Holy, Holy, Holy ! " becomes " grousing, grousing, grousing ! " Favourite parodies are : When ..."

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