They grumble that they would give me major points for just getting it in this month.
But Google grumble grumble makes me compose new messages in a tiny window, you say.
Yes, Republicans grumble (rightly) against the Obama green-energy subsidies.
So for now, the movies are about more, even if many of us will grumble about Les Miz's running time on the way out of the theater.
But grumble grumble Google just forced this upon me without asking, you say.
Jumbo could not but grumble out that Mas'r was better left to himself.
There was no use to grumble, so the party set out on the return to their boat.
It is disgraceful, however, for the citizen to remain indifferent or obstructive, to grumble over the cost.
The Master said, Not to grumble at being poor is hard, not to be proud of wealth is easy.
Jenks pronounced, in a grumble of disgust rather than with any note of alarm.
1580s, from Middle French grommeler "mutter between the teeth" or directly from Middle Dutch grommelen "murmur, mutter, grunt," from grommen "to rumble, growl." Imitative, or perhaps akin to grim. Related: Grumbled; grumbling.
1620s, from grumble (v.).