Definition of Grouses

1. Noun. (plural of grouse) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Grouses

1. grouse [v] - See also: grouse

Lexicographical Neighbors of Grouses

groupware
groupwares
groupwide
groupwork
groupworker
groupworkers
groupy
grouse
grouse-berry
grouse whortleberry
grouseberry
groused
grouselike
grouser
grousers
grouses (current term)
grousest
grousing
grout
grouted
grouter
grouters
groutier
groutiest
grouting
groutings
groutite
groutlike
grouts
grouty

Literary usage of Grouses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Tsimshian Texts by Franz Boas (1902)
"At midnight they rose and left the house. They crossed the river and came to a large town which was inhabited by the grouses. ..."

2. Private Peat by Harold Reginald Peat (1917)
"He grouses at everything great or small which has no immediate or vital bearing on ... He grouses when he has to clean his buttons; he grouses loudly and ..."

3. To Bagdad with the British by Arthur Tillotson Clark (1918)
"But if his tea is cold he grouses terribly. He grouses about the little things that he would grouse about at home. If he is billeted behind the lines and ..."

4. Audubon, the Naturalist: A History of His Life and Time by Francis Hobart Herrick (1917)
"All my exertions to procure b've grouses have been abortive here—I have written to ... When you come I will show you 13 grouses pretty fairly grouped on one ..."

5. "Pussyfoot" Johnson, Crusader--reformer--a Man Among Men by Frederick Arthur McKenzie (1920)
"When the Englishman is first offered a new idea, he grouses at it or ignores it. If he grouses, it's hopeful. England has been passing through the grousing ..."

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