Grumpily



[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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