Imber grunted and stalked up to Emily Travis.
"The Spinner's Book of Fiction" by Various
I grunted sourly, that weapon had been about as useful to me as a stuffed bear or an authentic Egyptian Obelisk.
"Highways in Hiding" by George Oliver Smith
From these bushes had come a peculiar noise, half grunt, half yawn!
"The Boy Land Boomer" by Ralph Bonehill
Well," grunted Uncle Paul, "I suppose it would be rather exciting, and we shall be able to see; but I don't know, though.
"The Ocean Cat's Paw" by George Manville Fenn
They expressed their satisfaction by several loud grunts, and then squatted round in a circle outside the door of my tent.
"Dick Onslow" by W.H.G. Kingston
Mr. Saunders grunted; Mr. Vyner blew out a thin thread of smoke toward the sky and pondered.
"Salthaven" by W. W. Jacobs
Captain Ward grunted, but Denby was all alertness.
"A Son Of The Sun" by Jack London
Johnny had whipped around as if the grunt had been a lion's roar.
"Breaking Point" by James E. Gunn
Generally when she spoke he would give an answering grunt.
"Tess of the Storm Country" by Grace Miller White
Melora Meigs grunted and left the room.
"The Best Short Stories of 1920" by Various
Greed will also sometimes try:
Happiness he hunts!
But his dwelling is a sty,
And his tones are grunts.
"December 27, 1879" by George MacDonald
The drunkard to the tavern goes, possess'd
Of sense, of strength, and all his pow'rs of mind:
He enters in a man, goes out a beast,
Spues like a dog, and grunts like a fiend.
"Advice To The Drunkard" by Rees Prichard
The Great will never amongst hogs reside,
Whose stench and hideous grunt they can't endure;
Christ and his holy Spirit can't abide
In the same house with those that are impure.
"Advice To Ev'ry Master Of A Family, To Govern His House In A Religious Manner" by Rees Prichard
One and two, three and four,
Cleave the air and smite the floor!
Five and six, seven and eight,
Legs apart, shoulders straight!
Thirty fat men grunt and puff,
Thirty bellies plead, Enough!
"Dumb-Bells" by John Crowe Ransom
His sleepy mouth, plugged by the heavy nipple,
Tugs like a puppy, grunting as he feels;
Through his frail nerves her own deep languor’s ripple
Like a broad river sighing through the reeds.
"The Zulu Girl" by Roy Campbell
“Next mom rose Johnnie’s mates to pack
And make an early shunt,
But all they could get out of Jack
Was ‘All right,’ or a grunt,
By pourin’ water down his back
And—when he turned—his front.
"The Sleeping Beauty" by Henry Lawson
Breaking a sweat in the underlighted, overplotted and accurately titled "Half Past Dead," Steven Seagal, the Action Hero That Time Forgot, is grunting mightily to hold on to his dwindling audience.
Deep-sea fish recordings reveal grunts and quacks.
In a USTA 4.0 league doubles match, one of our opponents grunted or shreiked loudly on most of her hits.
Military spokesman reports Phobos-Grunt re-entry over Pacific Ocean.
An artist's conception shows the breakup of the Phobos-Grunt probe during the final phases of its atmospheric re-entry.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said he wants to 'punish those guilty' for the failures of the Phobos-Grunt space probe and other space mishaps that have embarrassed Russia.
The unmanned Phobos-Grunt probe is seen in the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
The WTA has decided that women's tennis is too noisy and is going to crack down on those "grunts" that are made on the court at pro events.
LilMade21 Major Wright Posting some new #grunts with the @GridironGrunts app.
More grunt work this month.
And even though Em looked like a girl in it, he grunted like the little magical boy he is.
Sutch generated much of the intellectual grunt of the great reforms of the 1930s that helped pull NZ out of the Depression and redevelop its economy and social system.
A Caribbean fish, known as the French grunt, that is infested with gnathiids is pictured in this handout photo supplied by the National Science Foundation.
The gentle and non-aggressive birds lack a vocal organ, instead emitting hissing and grunting sounds.
The hits, the grunts, the yelling — it's the best.