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Women are more likely to grumble, with more than two-thirds saying they regularly do it, compared to just over half of men.
The apostle Paul warns, "Don't grumble as some of them did, and then were destroyed by the angel of death" (1 Corinthians 10:10).
It also seems like you have Alf Garnett there also, under the guise of Dan O'Neill, who also likes to have a grumble at everything that matters.
Grumble, grumble, grumble out da left side of yo' mouth
Perhaps his grumble about the Be Proud bar prices was well-justified.
Overall you're not going to grumble, but I'm a golfer and you always grumble
The officers complained about a lack of money, while smiling and saying "still mustn't grumble - carry on chaps" and the lads said "what a flippin' army this is".
The officers complained about the lack of money, whilst smiling and saying: "Still mustn't grumble - carry on chaps.
2 : to complain in a low voice : grumble <She muttered about the bad food.
A prime example is the rendering of the father mouse wearing a lab coat, standing in front of a chalkboard and sketching out meticulous, scientific strategies to defend the family against the cat and the Grumble kids who live in the house.
And in this economy, that's nothing to grumble about.
Some pieces are moving and poignant in their sensitive portrayals of those mere mortals who cannot seem to tear themselves away from the oasis; others hilarious portrayals of what people tend to do besides grumble in all that heat.