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grumble in the gizzard

To be annoyed or unhappy. Primarily heard in US. The outcome of that race left me grumbling in the gizzard—I thought for sure I had bet on the right horse!
See also: gizzard, grumble

grumble about someone or something

to complain about someone or something. What are you grumbling about now? The students were grumbling about the teacher.
See also: grumble

grumble at someone

to complain to someone. Go grumble at someone else. I'm tired of listening. Stop grumbling at me!
See also: grumble
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Grumbly was working in her garden when the little man in the green hat suddenly appeared at her gate.
Robert Stavins, and Thomas Grumbly, The Greening of the Market: Making the Polluter Pay, in MANDATE FOR CHANGE (Will Marshall & Martin Schram, eds.
Undersecretary of Energy Thomas Grumbly says the department has to devote $48 billion of its $6 billion annual cleanup budget just to keeping things safe and stabilized--monitoring waste tanks for noxious gases, keeping rain and burrowing animals out of the tanks--leaving just $1.
In some instances, this glut has resulted in the subsequent landfilling of separated, recyclable materials" (Stavins and Grumbly 1993, 211).
Department of Energy, Assistant Secretary for Environmental Restoration and Waste Management [hereinafter Grumbly Statement].
Grumbly, DOE's assistant secretary for environmental management in Washington, D.
Grumbly, DOE assistant secretary for environmental management, primarily responsible for the decision, "listened to recommendations.
SGT STAR and ActiveAgent technology helps the Army reach a larger audience and empowers their users, while simultaneously reducing costs," said Cleat Grumbly, Next IT Vice President of Government Solutions.
Columnist Camilla Long started her piece by describing delegates at the National Union of Teachers' annual conference as "sad puddles of grumbly fleeces and crumbly rucksacks and bedraggled, clammy Bernards".
No Hero To Me is made from the same grumbly guitar stuff, McNabb's melodic vocal questioning the politics of liberation.
TIME TRIALS Coventry Road Club's ten mile time trial at Princethorpe: Dave Watson 21-43, Rich Chamberlain 22-13, Peter Delves 23-50, John Grumbly 24-33, Terry Meechan 25-13, Peter Key 25-34, Alan Jones 26-09, Andy Gardner 26-31, Elliott Brooks 26-47, Libby McLaren 27-00, Bob Awcock 27-43, John Eburne 28-06, Jonathan Coe 29-11.
At 31, he's the oldest of the group and has ambitions that stretch far beyond playing Grumbly for the delight of children.
Pepco has made a commitment to energy efficiency as a tool to help its customers conserve power and reduce their environmental impact," says Tom Grumbly, vice president, Lockheed Martin Energy & Environmental Services.
This year, in fact, a success might well be the saving of his training career, because despite laying claim to being one of the most successful trainers, pound for pound, in the business, the master of Grumbly Bush farm finds himself on the brink of extinction.