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sourpuss

(ˈsɑʊɚpʊs)
n. a grouchy or frowning person. (see also picklepuss.) What a sourpuss! He makes King Kong look sweet.
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What sort of petty sourpusses are these nationalists to begrudge Islanders this right?
And as you can well imagine, there are some sourpusses in your organization that will be actively resistant, so keep a smile on your Face.
Last month, we identified 14 forms that office sourpusses tend to assume.
Cheer for them because when Real Quiet and Desormeaux win, they'll annoy the sourpusses on the Belmont Park backstretch, where the tree-lined roads are named for Triple Crown winners, where they're ready to cry, ``There goes the neighborhood.
In mid-afternoon there was little life on the streets - a few white sourpusses doing their shopping, a few stocious coloured men slumped senseless on the pavement outside the Drankwinkel [the off-license].
Barney's world is a happy world--which might be why he is irritating the sourpusses everywhere else.
So for Heaven's sake, can we now stop being such a load of sourpusses and wish this middle-aged couple a happy and successful married life?
There are still a lot of sourpusses around who don't think a woman can do this, as if I don't show up before six every morning like they do.