Noun(1) a grey wig
Verb(1) be in a huff; be silent or sullen(2) complain whiningly
(1) For the first time this week Amelia did not grizzle or throw a tantrum whilst sitting in the trolley and I managed to negotiate the parking lot with grace and ease (my two imaginary friends).(2) Bottom line - the ALP will grizzle for a bit, and then support it.(3) He can cry and grizzle and moan for hours until he finally gives up.(4) Again, National members grizzle and whine but offer no alternative.(5) He comment was that his ancestors had been much harder done by, so why should the indigenous population grizzle ?(6) Today the bags under his eyes are big and dark enough to trap a badger and a grey grizzle of beard coats his jowls.(7) There is always a temptation to grizzle about how bad it was under the ECA (and it was bad!)(8) His pale skin and delicate features are complemented by a grizzle of stubble in keeping with his bohemian, New Agey image.(9) You may complain, they say; you may grouch about globalisation, bellyache about environmental destruction, grizzle about consumer society.(10) Wealthy people may grizzle about the costs, but in the end will probably be able to pay the congestion tolling to drive across the Auckland region.(11) What worries me is that so many large companies appear to be run by people who would rather litigate or grizzle than innovate.(12) She cannot on the one hand accuse the nation's most senior lawyer of meddling in the judiciary, and then on the other hand grizzle when a transparent and proper process is set up to deal with matters of conduct.(13) It was the Major who broke the ice, a short and stocky man with a grizzle of dark stubble on his face.(14) Meanwhile, there those members go, continuing to whine and grizzle .(15) As much as I hate and grizzle about these shifts, I accept they are part of my contribution to the system.(16) Although most Borders have dark ears and muzzles, their coats may be grizzle and tan, blue and tan, red or wheaten.
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Different Formsgrizzle, grizzles, grizzling
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