Grunting sentence example
- He made his way through the crowded halls, grunting under the weight of the man.
- Smaller babies may make grunting sounds as they struggle to take in air.
- Frequently there is no speech at all - only grunting.
- Common vocal tics include coughing, grunting or clearing the throat.
- Simple vocal tics include grunting, clucking, sniffing, chirping, or throat-clearing noises.Advertisement
- Parents should watch for cues from the child that he or she may be about to urinate or have a bowel movement, such as a concentrated look, yanking at his or her diaper, squatting, or grunting.
- Grunting and pushing is one thing, but a child who cries or gets upset when trying to pass a bowel movement is obviously in need of some help.
- This doesn't mean that you need to get in the free weights section with the sweaty, grunting, over muscled types at the gym (unless you want to!).
- After a full minute of tugging and grunting she managed to dislodge the ax from the wood.
- We are the kinder, gentler Guardians of humanity, he said, grunting.Advertisement
- After much grunting and a short ladder I was amazed at the size of the chamber we arrived in.
- Then, grunting with effort, they lunge furiously, colliding with resounding thwacks, red-faced and panting.
- For this reason, do not assume that just because your otherwise-regular child is grunting while on the potty that you should immediately run out and buy a truckload of prunes and green beans.
- Gritting her teeth, she ran the dagger down the scar already present at the inside of her forearm, grunting at the hot pain.
- It was anything but quiet as an open stairwell was next to me and I could hear shuffling, snoring, farting and grunting throughout the night.Advertisement
- She slammed her elbow into his face, grunting as his dagger sliced through her shoulder.
- The title of "grunting ox" properly belongs only to the domesticated breed.