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grumpindicular

adjective; sound symbolism
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 attached to the "indicular" fragment of the word.
 
The baby was grumpindicular all night last night.
Etymology : grump 'to sulk or complain' + indicular 'neat-sounding portion of the word perpendicular'
Source : Mark Fulton
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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