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Is Gruntled in the Oxford dictionary?

Is Gruntled in the Oxford dictionary?

Granted, the word isn’t common, but the first known use of “gruntled” as an adjective to mean “in good humor” or “pleased” (according to the Oxford English Dictionary) is attributed to P.G. As an aside, the Merriam-Webster online dictionary puts the first use of GRUNTLED in 1926, but it doesn’t show the source.

Is Gruntled a real word?

happy or satisfied: Although he wasn’t actually disgruntled, he was far from being gruntled.

What does Gruntled mean in English?

in a good humor
transitive verb. : to put in a good humor were gruntled with a good meal and good conversation— W. P. Webb.

What does Afflatus mean in English?

: a divine imparting of knowledge or power : inspiration.

What is Heveled?

Disheveled means “marked by disorder” or “being in loose disarray.” Given this meaning, one might assume that the dis- in disheveled is the same prefix found in disorder and disarray.

What the meaning of whelmed?

transitive verb. 1 : to turn (something, such as a dish or vessel) upside down usually to cover something : cover or engulf completely with usually disastrous effect. 2 : to overcome in thought or feeling : overwhelm whelmed with a rush of joy— G. A. Wagner. intransitive verb.

Is whelmed and overwhelmed?

Both overwhelm and underwhelm come from the older word whelm. Whelm can mean to submerge, or it can also be a synonym for overwhelm. Someone can feel whelmed with happy feelings, for example. And, yes, whelm is still (rarely) used today.

What is the difference between Gruntled and disgruntled?

Disgruntled is an antonym of gruntled. As adjectives the difference between disgruntled and gruntled. is that disgruntled is unhappy; dissatisfied while gruntled is (humorous) satisfied, pleased, contented. As a verb disgruntled. is (obsolete) (disgruntle).

What does gruntled mean?

Here is the possible dictionary definition: GRUNTLE: (transitive verb) to create, encourage, or engender satisfaction in others which leads to increased loyalty. GRUNTLED: satisfied with one’s job, happy with one’s place in life.

Is there a word “gruntled”?

Originally gruntle was an old word that meant to grumble, however in the 1920’s gruntle (d) was used in a humorous manner to mean “make happy” and thus, a new definition and usage was born! If one is gruntled they are pleased or satisfied as opposed to feeling sulky or dissatisfied, you know disgruntled.