grouse in a sentence
Example sentences for grouse
They grouse about that, but it seems to work for them.
Inevitably, the biggest grouse involves money, and particularly the question of who raises and who spends it.
Closer to the ground, sage grouse, western meadowlarks and burrowing owls might be flushed along roads and hiking trails.
Including seeing wild-turkeys, grouse, and other ground-nesting birds again.
Rare birds such as hazel grouse make their way through a thick understory of shrubs and plants.
Annual survey indicates unexpected rise in state ruffed grouse population.
They would say it with pride if they are from the north and with a good-natured grouse if they are from the south.
The park is also home to the capercaillie, the world's largest grouse.
Species range from sage grouse found in high desert areas to tufted puffins and great blue herons found along the coastline.
If you've had a less-than ideal-experience with a publisher, avoid the opportunity to grouse when speaking in public.
The rest of his letter does little more than grouse about my supposed lack of attention to his work in manuscript.
Hunters speak of harvesting deer or ducks or grouse or rabbits.
What fascinates me are those who accepted the life preserver and continue to grouse while it keeps them afloat.
Current sage-grouse conservation and management information.
Many of the town's residents grouse about their tax bills.
These writers catch trout, tarpon and bonefish and shoot antelope or deer, ducks or ruffed grouse.
Heather is burned off legally on private land, to induce the growth of fresh shoots, which are eaten by sheep and red grouse.
Tech companies grouse that it takes years to get a patent.
From time to time he will cook a brace of grouse or partridge for them.
There are always going to be quail on the left and grouse on the right.
People who grouse can't be held responsible for criminals who share their complaints.
Spruce grouse my send a sensitive signal from our northernmost counties.
When norms change, you can always find old fogeys who grouse that things aren't the way they used to be.