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As a grunt, he lectured a high-ranking officer in protest of Marines who attacked a Vietnamese child.
Piggy, saying nothing, with no time for even a grunt, traveled through the air sideways from the rock, turning over as he went.
The grunt takes a hard look at our interpreter, rotates his M16 and opens the vehicle door, motioning for us to get out.
The bag itself Popp freed with a grunt and tossed harmlessly to the side.
The fat boy gave a grunt, but beyond this there was no sign of life about him.
The three gave Andy a look and a grunt, but otherwise they paid no attention to him.
The causeway ran through it, a mere thread lipped by the darkling waves, and at the sight a grunt of relief broke from Badelon.
There was a brief shifting of eyes toward him, and a grunt from Jeff; that was all.
Wild horses fled from us, and we heard the grunt of boar in the fern thickets.
Old English grunnettan "to grunt," frequentative of grunian "to grunt," probably imitative (cf. Danish grynte, Old High German grunnizon, German grunzen "to grunt," Latin grunnire "to grunt"). Related: Grunted; grunting.
1550s, from grunt (v.); as a type of fish, from 1713; meaning "infantry soldier" emerged in U.S. military slang during Vietnam War (first recorded in print 1969); used since 1900 of various low-level workers. Grunt work first recorded 1977.