Word:

grouch

Pronunciation: grouch
n.1.A bad-tempered person.
v. i.1.to complain habitually, especially about minor or routine annoyances.
Noun1.grouch - a bad-tempered person
Verb1.grouch - show one's unhappiness or critical attitude; "He scolded about anything that he thought was wrong"; "We grumbled about the increased work load"
Synonyms: grumble, scold
Tartar, air a grievance, bear, beef, bellyache, bellyacher, bitch, clamor, complainant, complainer, crab, crank, croak, croaker, crosspatch, dragon, faultfinder, feist, fire-eater, fret, fret and fume, frondeur, fury, fuss, gripe, griper, grizzly bear, groan, grouse, grouser, growl, growler, grumbler, grump, grunt, holler, hothead, hotspur, howl, kick, kicker, killjoy, kvetch, lodge a complaint, malcontent, murmurer, mutterer, querulous person, raise a howl, reactionary, reactionist, rebel, register a complaint, scold, sorehead, sourpuss, spoilsport, squawk, sulk, take on, ugly customer, wet blanket, whiner, yap, yelp
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