adjective, grump·i·er, grump·i·est.
Origin of grumpy
Related formsgrump·i·ly, adverbgrump·i·ness, nounun·grump·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for grumpy
It was a peculiar moment where viral content came to life; as if Grumpy Cat came onstage and began speaking.
The second annual Friskies cat-video awards show, featuring an appearance from Grumpy Cat, will decide October 15.The Friskies Awards Aim to Find the Next Internet Cat Star October 15|Kelsey Meany|September 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When the candidate was sullen and grumpy—which was often—he could read his mood and adjust the bubble accordingly.No Drama Obama’s Dramatic 2012 Reelection Campaign|Richard Wolffe|September 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Most of his time, though, is dedicated to one famous little sourpuss: Grumpy Cat.
From a coffee line to an upcoming movie, Grumpy has it made.
"Maybe it will teach you not to screech at people," Grumpy told him.
At that Grumpy jumped down upon the ice and took a good look at Peter Mink.
They look 'xactly like their picture, don't they, only not quite so grumpy?The Lilac Lady|Ruth Alberta Brown
Meanwhile Queen Grumpy and the old woman were having a time of it.The Green Forest Fairy Book|Loretta Ellen Brady
"It would be treating him better to give him a good lesson before he goes," Grumpy Weasel said.