Grumbles In A Sentence

Definition of Grumbles

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of grumble | plural of grumble

How To Use Grumbles In A Sentence?

  • After a few more grumbles and protestations, the group began to break up into twos and threes.
  • The wind, however, seems rising somewhat, and grumbles past the angle of the house.
  • ALL Every sailorman grumbles about the sea, said the night-watchman, thoughtfully.
  • He grumbles at the ingratitude of men that shun him for his kindness, but indeed it is his own fault, for he is too great an upbraider.
  • He himself banished her from the family, and now grumbles that I did not at once foist her upon him.
  • It's a fair stand-up fight, and the loser grumbles a bit, but bears no rancour.
  • Catherine and Mabel did not like this change, but as their mother never dreamt of consulting them, they had to keep their grumbles to themselves.
  • He grumbles to think he has grumbled away His home and his fortune, his life's little day.
  • She never grumbles about not being able to grow up into a General, though I should think it must be a great bore.
  • None but the most expensive tailors, shoemakers, and hatters will do for him; and then he grumbles at the dearness of living, and declares that he cannot get along on his salary.
  • She tugged at the nose-rope, and tapped its legs with her crop, but presently she was obliged to desist, owing to her fear that its whining grumbles would be heard.
  • Ay, 'tis as I said, here's going to be fine and grand," grumbles Oline every day.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Grumbles | Grumbles Sentence

  • You can pour out your grumbles another day.
  • And am I to have naught but grumbles for my pains?
  • He only grumbles that he's getting old.

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