Definition of Grumphs

1. grumph [v] - See also: grumph



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grumphs

grummest
grummet
grummeted
grummeting
grummets
grumness
grumose
grumous
grump
grumped
grumph
grumphed
grumphie
grumphies
grumphing
grumphs (current term)
grumphy
grumpier
grumpiest
grumpily
grumpiness
grumpinesses
grumping
grumpish
grumpity
grumps
grumpy
grundel
grundels
grundies

Literary usage of Grumphs

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1. John Webster and the Elizabethan Drama by Rupert Brooke (1916)
"are called the grumphs. Grumph is one of the holiest things in this melancholy world," and so forth. And soon they'd say, "But, philosophically, ..."

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