grumble

Grumbles vs Grumble - What's the difference?

grumbles | grumble |


As nouns the difference between grumbles and grumble

is that grumbles is while grumble is (onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound.

As verbs the difference between grumbles and grumble

is that grumbles is (grumble) while grumble is to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals.

Grumble vs Gripes - What's the difference?

grumble | gripes |


As nouns the difference between grumble and gripes

is that grumble is (onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound while gripes is .

As verbs the difference between grumble and gripes

is that grumble is to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals while gripes is (gripe).

Say vs Grumble - What's the difference?

say | grumble |


As a proper noun say

is .

As a noun grumble is

(onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound.

As a verb grumble is

to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals.

Grumble vs Undefined - What's the difference?

grumble | undefined |


As a noun grumble

is (onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound.

As a verb grumble

is to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Snap vs Grumble - What's the difference?

snap | grumble |


As nouns the difference between snap and grumble

is that snap is (computing) (subnetwork access protocol) while grumble is (onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound.

As a verb grumble is

to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals.

Grumble vs Surly - What's the difference?

grumble | surly |


As a noun grumble

is (onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound.

As a verb grumble

is to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals.

As an adjective surly is

(obsolete) lordly, arrogant, supercilious.

As an adverb surly is

(obsolete) in an arrogant or supercilious manner.

Grumble vs Anger - What's the difference?

grumble | anger |


As nouns the difference between grumble and anger

is that grumble is (onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound while anger is remorse, regret.

As a verb grumble

is to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals.

Grumble vs Accuse - What's the difference?

grumble | accuse |


In intransitive terms the difference between grumble and accuse

is that grumble is to complain; to murmur or mutter with discontent; to make ill-natured complaints in a low voice and a surly manner while accuse is to make an accusation against someone.

In transitive terms the difference between grumble and accuse

is that grumble is to utter in a grumbling fashion while accuse is to charge with having committed a crime or offence.

Grumble vs Snorted - What's the difference?

grumble | snorted |


As verbs the difference between grumble and snorted

is that grumble is to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals while snorted is (snort).

As a noun grumble

is (onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound.

Grumble vs Tumble - What's the difference?

grumble | tumble |


As nouns the difference between grumble and tumble

is that grumble is (onomatopoeia) a low thundering, rumbling or growling sound while tumble is a fall.

As verbs the difference between grumble and tumble

is that grumble is to make a low, growling or rumbling noise, like a hungry stomach or certain animals while tumble is (lb) to fall end over end.

Pages