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Synonyms for grumble

Synonyms for grumble

to complain in low indistinct tones

to make a continuous deep reverberating sound

a low indistinct utterance of complaint

Synonyms for grumble

a loud low dull continuous noise

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a complaint uttered in a low and indistinct tone

show one's unhappiness or critical attitude

make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath

to utter or emit low dull rumbling sounds

make a low noise

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So let's silence the grumblers, the old belly-achers By extracting two points from this team called the 'Shakers' If anyone can shed any light as to the identity of Dan please contact me as I would love to know.
5) Mere wealth did not guarantee entry, nor did rank, as Fumerton herself notes regarding James's "response to complaints from ambassadors when they were not invited: 'a Masque is not a public function,' grumblers were informed, and therefore 'his Majesty is quite entitled to any Ambassador he may choose.
What most grumblers tend to have an issue with is when you log into Facebook and you are machine-gunned with 1,000 new pictures of your child, which generally involve them looking rather tired and in the same position they were the last 30 times, like a coddled potato.
But after his own relative lack of productivity at the top of the order extended through an awkward winter in Asia, the grumblers were beginning to gather support.
Petraeus reassured the committee that he will be open to the work force, including the agency's dissenters and grumblers.
Grumblers who believe that Bulgaria has bigger problems at home may query that taxpayers had to shell out for the Foreign Minister to go to Syria and Yemen to try to persuade leaders there to try to see reason.
The grumblers need a candidate to carry their standard.
No sooner had the two men--now prime minister and deputy prime minister--given their inaugural press conference in the garden of 10 Downing Street than the grumblers, the cranks, the naysayers, the superannuated hangmen, and the pinched and narrow obscurantists, not to mention the scholars in residence at National Review, all cried foul.
LAST week we discussed the merits of elderly neighbours, aka Grumblers.
Various speakers could give a kick at the can, the grumblers could get their beefs out of their system, and maybe that would be that.
Finding a charismatic old lady to put young grumblers to shame?
is a collection of short stories of people in the workplace, from grumblers to doers, to scheming, to the joyful, she tells a very varied collection of stories, sure to give those who work in offices themselves much to relate to.
A tiny number of grumblers might argue he doesn't deserve to be a household name, dismissing him as a pulp writer, but thanks to the French critics who recognized the underlying power of a certain kind of film and novel and dubbed it noir, as well as the breakdown of artistic hierarchies among critics in general, pulp fiction is no longer immediately dismissible.
Hague will also warn off grumblers like shadow Chancellor George Osborne from the "self indulgence" of publicly criticising party policy.
It is facile to say, as have media critics and leftist grumblers, that Harper and his team were interested only in the political optics of the visit.