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Definition of "grumbler" [grum•bler]

  • A person who persistently grumbles; a complainer (noun)

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Use "grumbler" in a sentence
  • "Indeed, Esmond's general, who was known as a grumbler, and to have a hearty mistrust of the great Duke, and hundreds more officers besides, did not scruple to say that these private reasons came to the Duke in the shape of crown-pieces from the French King, by whom the"
  • "This blog takes its name from the French word grognard, which means roughly "grumbler" or "grouch.""
  • "Indeed, Esmond’s general, who was known as a grumbler, and to have a hearty mistrust of the great Duke, and hundreds more officers besides, did not scruple to say that these private reasons came to the Duke in the shape of crown-pieces from the French King, by whom the"