Definition of Grunters

1. Noun. (plural of grunter) ¹



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Definition of Grunters

1. grunter [n] - See also: grunter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grunters

grungier
grungiest
grungily
grunginess
grungy
grunion
grunions
grunsel
grunsels
grunstein and hogness method
grunt
grunt-hoot
grunt work
grunted
grunter
grunters (current term)
grunting
gruntingly
gruntings
gruntle
gruntled
gruntles
gruntlike
gruntling
gruntlings
grunts
gruntwork
grupero
grupetto
grupettos

Literary usage of Grunters

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1. Fishes of Australia: A Popular and Systematic Guide to the Study of the by David George Stead (1906)
"... Trumpeters—The Morwong Family—grunters and Boar-Fishes—The Bream Family—Red Mullets or Goat-Fishes. ..."

2. The Wayside of Life: Being a Collection of Poems, Essays and Paragraphs by Laura Smith Ellsworth, William B. Connolly (1906)
"FOB THE grunters THERE'S too much borrowed trouble In your world of strife, And those who borrow are still in debt When they leave earthly life. ..."

3. The Jonny-cake Papers of "Shepherd Tom": Together with Reminiscences of by Thomas Robinson Hazard, Rowland Gibson Hazard (1915)
"There were more than twenty boys fishing there for grunters. ... This was filled heaping full \vith grunters; not another fish of any kind had been cotched ..."

4. Veterinary Notes for Horse Owners: A Manual of Horse Medicine and Surgery by Matthew Horace Hayes (1903)
"Although it is true that the large majority of grunters are more liable to become roarers than non-grunters, we can no more consider a grunter unsound on ..."

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