1 For myself I do not grumble, for I am one of the lucky ones.
2 Nay," said the Knight, "an he have the gift of showing my road, I shall not grumble with him that he desires to make it pleasant.
3 They grumble a lot, but they're not going to alter anything.
4 Below, dreadfully near, she could hear the broom-swish of Aunt Bessie's voice, and the mop-pounding of Uncle Whittier's grumble.
5 Around him he could hear the grumble of jolted cannon as the scurrying horses were lashed toward the front.
6 Juvenal and Tacitus alone grumble at it.
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7 Well, grumble as he will, when Venus appears he is forced to smile.
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8 Well, we can't have it, so don't let us grumble but shoulder our bundles and trudge along as cheerfully as Marmee does.
9 "You might keep some of your kisses for me, Sibyl, I think," said the lad with a good-natured grumble.
10 She knew it was beneath the dignity of quality white folks to pay the slightest attention to what a darky said when she was just grumbling to herself.
11 Through the haze of nausea she heard Kennicott grumbling, "Afraid it will have to come off, Adolph."
12 He was grumbling, "The whole thing's right in line with the criticism you've always been making."
13 She began to set the toilet-stand to rights, grumbling at the negligence of the quadroon, who was in the adjoining room putting the children to bed.
14 In it there was much bass of grumbling oaths.
15 Prue had a peculiar scowling expression of countenance, and a sullen, grumbling voice.