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grumblecakes

1. a monologue or speech delivered without enunciation. 2. an actor who is not enunciating his lines This word was originally formed on a Website that plays cartoons called More…

Grumpindicular

Continuously grumpy and sulky Synonymous with "grumpy." See "fussbudgetous." There is not, as far as I'm aware, any meaning attached to the "indicular" fragment of the word. I didn't see More…

grumpindicular

Continuously grumpy and sulky. Interpretation of intended meaning Synonymous with "grumpy" Presumed reason for coinage See "fussbudgetous." There is not, as far as I'm aware, any meaning More…

grumples

the state of being frustrated and tired at the end of the day reason used: to convey his feelings in a colloquial term =I did poorly on both my exams today and then I had to go to several More…

Grundle

The perineum. =I heard this word first used by a family friend at dinner. He is fourteen years old, so the word seems to appeal to a more juvenile demographic. However, when he explained More…

GRUNDLE GRUNDLE

the area on a male between his scrotum and anus Apparent meaning: the area on a male between his scrotum and anus Reason used: wanted to reference a specific area quickly and easily More…

Grunt-grunts

Extremely loose bowel movements or diarrhea, both of these conditions might cause you to grunt with pain. Possible reason used: A colorful way to describe the results of diarrhea. Perhaps More…

gruntled

To be pleased, happy. *opposite of disgruntled) By removing the dis- prefix, which means ‘not’ or ‘to remove,’ the word gruntle has opposite meaning from the word More…


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