Definition of Grumness

1. surliness [n -ES]



Grumness Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grumness

grumbling
grumblingly
grumblings
grumbly
grume
grumes
grumiplucite
grumly
grummel
grummer
grummest
grummet
grummeted
grummeting
grummets
grumness (current term)
grumose
grumous
grump
grumped
grumph
grumphed
grumphie
grumphies
grumphing
grumphs
grumphy
grumpier
grumpiest
grumpily

Literary usage of Grumness

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1. The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the by Inchbald, Elizabeth Inchbald (1808)
"By thy long absence from the town, the grumness of thy countenance, and the slovenliness of thy habit, I should give thee joy —you are certainly married. ..."

2. Unvisited Places of Old Europe by Robert Shackleton (1913)
"But no thoughts of the crusty grumness of their patron saint disturb these celebrators of his day. The music grows more brisk, the dancers more frolicsome, ..."

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