And it was true that, much as English churchmen might grumble at papal exactions, they were generally ready as a body to support the pope against the crown; the traditions of the medieval church made it impossible for them to do otherwise.
She sighed at the low grumble.
It was Dean's turn to grumble.
When Dean returned to the house he knocked on Fred's bedroom door until he heard the old man grumble to wakefulness.
My main grumble was the total lack of attacks down the left hand side.
grumble about the good weather!
grumble too much we did get more than average.
Really ca n't grumble with the service from Amazon.
The only grumble we have about the whole package is the quality of the bonus features.
All that was absent was Quinn; obdurate Quinn, first to argue, first to grumble and sole engineer of his sensitive equipment.
Baratto started to grumble but took one look at their faces and decided to leave well enough alone.
grumble when told we had to wash up.
grumble rumbling sounds Like a giants belly grumbling, something was wrong.
hubby's birthday and my card said " you sometimes make me grumble.
But she did grumble; the mere sight of all these people flopping in like lemmings made her want to shout with frustration.
You need not wish anything in the universe to be other than it is; as well grumble at once that two and two do not make five !
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