Gruntling \Grunt"ling\, n. A young hog. [1913 Webster]

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  • gruntling — v. grunt repeatedly; pacify, cause someone to be in good spirits …   English contemporary dictionary

  • gruntling — grunt·ling …   English syllables

  • gruntling — ˈgrəntliŋ noun ( s) Etymology: grunt (I) + ling : a young pig …   Useful english dictionary

  • gruntle — transitive verb (gruntled; gruntling) Etymology: back formation from disgruntle Date: 1926 to put in a good humor < were gruntled with a good meal and good conversation W. P. Webb > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Nick Lowe — For the comic book editor, see Nick Lowe (comics). For the British classicist and science fiction reviewer, see Nick Lowe (classicist). Nick Lowe Lowe performing at the Kursaal in November 2008 Background information …   Wikipedia

  • grun|tle — «GRUHN tuhl», intransitive verb, tled, tling. to utter a low grunt; murmur; grumble: »The dissatisfied customers kept gruntling about the poor service in the restaurant. ╂[< grunt + le frequentative ] …   Useful english dictionary

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