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  • If he had ever had a grouch he had kept his secret well. Cited from Destiny, by Charles Neville Buck
  • He did not know just what had caused the grouch, and he did not care. Cited from Cabin Fever, by B. M. Bower
  • She's probably got a grouch, as the American boys over here say. Cited from Everyman's Land, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • But whether we can carry it with a man like Grouch is hard to say. Cited from Hohenzollerns in America, by Stephen Leacock
  • And after that they think twice before working off their grouches on the poor kid. Cited from The Little Nugget, by P.G. Wodehouse
  • Is he going to grouch just because he wasn't elected patrol leader? Cited from Don Strong, Patrol Leader, by William Heyliger
  • John Temple might be an old grouch, but he was a wonderful man! Cited from Tom Slade, by Percy K. Fitzhugh
  • We all got a grouch set up against life. Cited from The Triumph of John Kars, by Ridgwell Cullum
  • Those who generally go wanted circus pieces, therefore the grouch and thin houses. Cited from Sixty Years of California Song, by Margaret Blake-Alverson
  • I have an idea old man Grouch won't have much to say with a third party present. Cited from R. Holmes & Co., by John Kendrick Bangs
  • A man that carries the grouch you do don't need company. Cited from Casey Ryan, by B. M. Bower
  • He had a grouch on, and wanted to put me off. Cited from Vandover and the Brute, by Frank Norris
  • No man can see that remarkable picture and remain a grouch.
  • A man with a grouch on the inside and a voice on the outside. Cited from The Silly Syclopedia, by Noah Lott
  • The captain got a grouch against me coming up. Cited from Cappy Ricks, by Peter B. Kyne
  • He must get over his grouch, that was all. Cited from The Riddle of the Frozen Flame, by Mary E. Hanshew & Thomas W. Hanshew
  • I hate to see you going away with a chronic grouch against me. Cited from Big Timber, by Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • They're grouched because they got to dance together. Cited from The Valley of the Moon, by Jack London
  • But when I asked ma what a grouch was, she said little boys should be seen and not heard. Cited from Oh, Money! Money!,byEleanor Hodgman Porter
  • I'm almost ready to think old grouch Wells did have a hand in this. Cited from Mary Rose of Mifflin, by Frances R. Sterrett
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How grouch gets used

Meaning of grouch

  • noun A bad-tempered person
  • verb Show one's unhappiness or critical attitude
    He scolded about anything that he thought was wrong, We grumbled about the increased work load