sour grapes have led the once-visionary musician to become embittered.
He attributes the moniker to sour grapes and professional jealousy.
And they either get a case of sour grapes or they get on the train.
In these days when motors are as plentiful as mortgages this may appear but discontented destitution, the cry of sour grapes.
I ain't much to spend, and mebbe that sounds some like sour grapes.
If a woman were to take that position she would be accused of 'sour grapes,' wouldn't she?
Which wise dictum might or might not be based on the fox's opinion as to sour grapes.
The father's sour grapes had not set these children's teeth on edge.
I ate the sour grapes in my youth, and my teeth must be on edge for ever and ever.
As Chateaubriand had no children, the most natural comment on the last branch of his remark is "sour grapes."