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Noun
Soldiers marching or fighting on foot
Noun
Plural for speech that is muttered indistinctly
“Some visits he was grumpy and sullen, offering only a grunt or two toward her attempts at making conversation.”
Noun
Plural for a low, rumbling sound
“A whistling noise was answered by a grunt from the engine, and away went the train.”
Noun
Plural for a person consigned to drudge work
“Three months post-prison and working as a grunt in someone else's shop, the last thing the man needed was to be accused of something he hadn't done.”
Noun
Plural for a long, loud, wavering cry or howl
Noun
Plural for the sound that a duck makes
Noun
(chiefly US) Plural for an unskilled laborer, especially at an oilfield, at a circus or on a ship
Noun
Plural for errand boy or girl
Noun
Oinks
Noun
Plural for the lowest rank in the army, below lance corporal or private first class
Noun
Plural for the action or process of calculating or estimating something
Noun
Plural for physical strength or force
Verb
To mutter or speak in a low or barely audible voice
“She heard him grunt under his breath as he freed his injured arm from the sling.”
Verb
To make a low, resonant sound
“Rifle fire followed them, and Dermot heard a grunt from Sean and felt him catch his arm for support.”
Verb
Oinks
Verb
To make a husky, squawking noise
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To make a nasal sound
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Make a low rumbling sound
Verb
To shout or scream, typically to express negative emotions
Verb
To utter in a hostile or aggressive way
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