Origin of grunter
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Has it been this rooter and grunter that's been bothering us right along?Chums of the Camp Fire
Lawrence J. Leslie
At moonrise, however, Grunter woke, punctual as an alarum clock.
He points them at a grunter, which plunges through the farmyard.The Virginians
William Makepeace Thackeray
Stubbs crept in first, and Grunter followed exactly two feet behind, in approved badger fashion.
However, the badger is nothing if not persevering, and Stubbs and Grunter decided to make one last effort to oust the invader.
- a person or animal that grunts, esp a pig
- another name for grunt (def. 4)