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Gnarl   /nɑrl/   Listen
Gnarl

verb
(past & past part. gnarled; pres. part. gnarling)
1.
Twist into a state of deformity.
2.
Make complaining remarks or noises under one's breath.  Synonyms: croak, grumble, murmur, mutter.



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"Gnarl" Quotes from Famous Books



... up. "Yes," she said, "we had best be on the road again. We are due at the park at twelve. I expect Maud will have the family tree along and urge us to stop overnight at every gnarl ...
— The Motor Girls on a Tour • Margaret Penrose



Words linked to "Gnarl" :   flex, plain, bend, distortion, deform, turn, kvetch, twist, quetch, kick, distorted shape, sound off, complain



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