[gruhm-pee] /ˈgrʌm pi/
adjective, grumpier, grumpiest.
surly or ill-tempered; discontentedly or sullenly irritable; grouchy.
adjective grumpier, grumpiest
peevish; sulky Also grumpish
1778, from grump + -y (2). Related: Grumpily; grumpiness.
/ˈɡrʌndɪz/ plural noun 1. (NZ, informal) men’s underpants
[gruhn-dee] /ˈgrʌn di/ noun 1. Felix, 1777–1840, American politician: senator 1829–38, 1839–40; attorney general 1838–39. [gruhn-dee] /ˈgrʌn di/ noun 1. Mrs. a narrow-minded, conventional person who is extremely critical of any breach of propriety. /ˈɡrʌndɪ/ noun 1. a narrow-minded person who keeps critical watch on the propriety of others
[gruhn-dee-iz-uh m] /ˈgrʌn diˌɪz əm/ noun 1. a prudish adherence to conventionality, especially in personal behavior. 2. (lowercase) an instance of such prudishness. n. 1836, from Mrs. Grundy, prudish character in Thomas Morton’s 1798 play “Speed the Plow,” play and playwright otherwise now forgotten, but the line “What would Mrs. Grundy say?” became proverbial.
[gry-nuh-vahlt] /ˈgrü nəˌvɑlt/ noun 1. Mathias [mah-tee-ahs] /mɑˈti ɑs/ (Show IPA), (Mathias Neithardt-Gothardt) c1470–1528, German painter and architect. /German ˈɡryːnəvalt/ noun 1. Matthias (maˈtiːas), original name Mathis Gothardt. ?1470–1528, German painter, the greatest exponent of late Gothic art in Germany. The Isenheim Altarpiece is regarded as his masterpiece