I'm that romantic I shall be really interested, instead of grizzling all the time till we get back.
Pity to disturb him for the sake of them grizzling conductors.
The light streaming through the shutters Hannah had just opened streamed in on his grizzling head and face working with emotion.
But there was no time for grizzling then, for the game had to go on.
Then you may turn out on to the roads where you were took from—a grizzling little roadsters varmint.
Who would think of looking back and grizzling over a little disappointment twelve years old!
He did as soon as Alice said that about whining and grizzling being below the dignity of a Manciple.
The nearly black or the darkest birds are quite likely to show some white or grizzling on the head.
A friend of mine, who is a most cultivated sparrow, tells me you were grizzling for money this afternoon.
Brahms, for all his grumbling and grizzling, had never guessed what it felt like to be suspected of stealing an umbrella.
"gray-colored," early 15c., from Old French grisel (see grizzled) which also meant "gray-haired old man" (a noun sense recorded in Middle English from mid-14c.). The verb, "to make gray," is attested from 1740.