And, he groused that Apple builds almost all of its products in China.
At the time, 13 against was considered a lot, and Republicans groused about that.
Though they groused at the time, the girls laughed as they discussed these details over the eggs and bacon.
"You bet it's only seniors who'll have any luck," groused Diana, who was still in the depths of despondency.
He was out of the danger zone again, and in a rest camp with his men, who "groused" at "fatigues" imposed upon them unreasonably.
They groused about "the great days of Lovelace," and gave people like Rudd a most godless time.
"You told my chief of staff that it was urgent," Sir Harold groused.
We groused at the amount of drills and night operations, to being hut orderlies, going on guard, and so on.
She groused, but submitted to the inevitable, and enjoyed herself very much when once she had made the plunge and started forth.
The men didn't seem overglad to see us, and groused a good deal about the extra crowding.
type of game bird, 1530s, grows (plural, used collectively), of unknown origin, possibly from Latin or Welsh.
"complain," 1885 (implied in grousergroucer, from Old French groucier "to murmur, grumble," of imitative origin (cf. Greek gru "a grunt," gruzein "to grumble"). Related: Groused; grousing. As a noun from 1918, from the verb.
To complain; bitch: No grousing, no foot-dragging, both signs of a solid pro (1887+ British armed forces)