[gruhm-it] /ˈgrʌm ɪt/

another word for grommet


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  • Grumous

    [groo-muh s] /ˈgru məs/ adjective 1. Also, grumose [groo-mohs] /ˈgru moʊs/ (Show IPA). Botany. formed of clustered grains or granules. 2. having or resembling ; clotted. /ˈɡruːməs/ adjective 1. (esp of plant parts) consisting of granular tissue grumous gru·mous (grōō’məs) adj. Thick and lumpy, as clotting blood.

  • Grump

    [gruhmp] /grʌmp/ noun 1. a person given to constant complaining. 2. Informal. the grumps, a depressed or sulky mood. verb (used without object) 3. to complain or sulk. /ɡrʌmp/ noun 1. a surly or bad-tempered person 2. (pl) a sulky or morose mood (esp in the phrase have the grumps) verb 3. (intransitive) to complain […]

  • Grumphie

    [gruhm-fee, groo m-pee] /ˈgrʌm fi, ˈgrʊm pi/ noun, Chiefly Scot. 1. a familiar name for a pig.

  • Grumpiest

    [gruhm-pee] /ˈgrʌm pi/ adjective, grumpier, grumpiest. 1. surly or ill-tempered; discontentedly or sullenly irritable; grouchy. /ˈɡrʌmpɪ/ adjective grumpier, grumpiest 1. peevish; sulky Also grumpish adj. 1778, from grump + -y (2). Related: Grumpily; grumpiness.

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