grumpy

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grump +‎ -y

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grumpy (comparative grumpier, superlative grumpiest)

  1. Unhappy, dissatisfied and/or irritable, a word which is particularly applied to babies and children or adults who are acting childishly.
    Tommy feels grumpy today because his friend stole his ball.
    Michael Finnell was grumpy, but became even grumpier when the Celtics lost.

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