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Things grunt often describes (“grunt ________”)
work, cackles, events, calls, thanks, factor

Descriptive words:
little, loud, low, occasional, deep, satisfied, short, soft, expiratory, small, angry, muffled, noncommittal, audible, slight, guttural, disgusted, surprised, heavy, inarticulate, peculiar, sudden, hoarse, contemptuous, sharp, affirmative, usual, final, impatient, explosive, surly, committal, faint, characteristic, scornful, involuntary, sleepy, harsh, savage, painful, unintelligible, big, gentle, expressive, fierce, utter, indian, mere, pained, contented, exasperated, brief, quiet, strangled, like, quick, mighty, familiar, negative, dissatisfied, nasal, odd, sympathetic, half, derisive, stifled, huge, friendly, prolonged, gruff, indignant, smothered, monosyllabic, annoyed, double, deprecatory, frustrated, skeptical, amused, irritated, tiny, sullen, happy, pleased

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Book See grunt used in context: 9 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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