I've been going by this billboard almost daily for the best part of a month, and it still makes me laugh, and groan.
Instead, he just wants the country to groan through several more years of elevated unemployment.
“I live in a house that creaks, and when I am asleep and hear that groan, it reminds me that I am back in the mine,” said Avalos.
When we hear a groan in the audience we know we did something right, because they get it.
Copper mining is the most toxic form of metal mining in the United States, but you can only moan and groan about it so much.
He sank back in his chair with a groan, and covered his face.
I was resolved that I would not be subdued, and that the world should not hear me groan.
Pickering endeavored to raise himself in the bed, but sank back with a groan.
Cornelius heaved a sigh, which might have been called a groan.
Fritz looked, and a smothered exclamation, almost like a groan, broke from him.
late 14c., from groan (v); earlier grane (early 14c.).