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arduous, laborious, strenuous, draining; relentless, inexorable, unsparing, remorseless, gruesome, adj. horrible, ghastly, grisly, hideous, terrible, horrendous; repulsive, revolting, repellent, loathsome, abominable; macabre, grotesque, monstrous, sick, ugly; frightful, spine-chilling, unnerving, fearsome, shocking, gruff, adj. 1. low, harsh, hoarse, coarse, gutteral, throaty, husky, roupy; raucous, grating, cracked, strident, ragged, thick, hollow.
2. surly, sullen, sulky, ill-humored, ill-tempered; churlish, bearish, boorish, crusty; grumpy, grouchy, snarling, sour, crabbed, peevish; abrupt, curt, short, brusque, clipped; rough, crude, blunt; bluff, burly, brash, bold, brazen, barefaced, insolent, impudent, contumelious; sharp, keen, trenchant, acrimonious, caustic, stinging, cutting, biting, piercing, stringent; brutal, cruel; inconsiderate, tactless, blustering; rude, uncivil, unceremonious, ungracious, discourteous, impolite, unmannerly, grumble, v. 1. complain, moan, mutter, fuss, make a fuss,
Brit, natter, Inf. kick up a fuss, Inf. gripe, Inf. grouse, Inf grouch, SI. bellyache, SI. bitch.
2. growl, snarl, gnar.
3. rumble, roll, roar, thunder, boom, peal, grumbler,
n. curmudgeon, crab, bear, Inf. crank,

Inf. crosspatch, Inf. grouch, Inf. grouser, Inf. griper, Inf sorehead, SI. bellyacher, SI. grump, SI. bitch, grumbling, n. complaining, muttering, muttering under one's breath, faultfinding, carping, criticizing, Inf grousing, SI. bellyaching, SI. grouching, SI. bitching; discontent, dissatisfaction, protestation, grumpy, adj. surly, cantankerous, irascible, crabbed, iracund, choleric, brusque, peppery, crusty, dyspeptic, crotchety, thorny, bearish, snarling, growling, Inf. grouchy; cross, feisty, huffy, irritable, peevish, cranky, bilious, out of sorts; testy, touchy, ill-tempered, bad-tempered, short-tempered; fractious, quarrelsome, caviling, disagreeable, Inf. ornery, Inf. bitchy, Inf. ugly; sharp, uncivil, rough, harsh; abrupt, curt, short, terse, blunt. guarantee, n. 1. warrant, warranty, guaranty, Law. covenant of warranty, Law. warranty deed, Law. certificate, Law. certification, Obs. vouch; insurance, indemnity, protection, Insurance, coverage; contract, compact, covenant, obligation, engagement, agreement; gentlemen's agreement, handshake, bargain, deal, pact, convention, treaty; certainty, Inf. sure thing, SI. cinch.
2. pledge, promise, assurance, word, word of honor, oath, sworn statement,
Archaic, plight; endorsement, testimonial, attestation, recommendation.
3. guarantor, warrantor, voucher, sponsor, bonder,
Law. bondsman, Law. bondswoman; insurer, ensurer, indemnitor, underwriter, Insurance, coverer; Law. covenantor, obligator; endorser, attester, patron, supporter, backer.
4. insured, indemnitee, mortgagee,
Rare, insurant.
5. collateral, surety,
Law. security, earnest, deposit, Law. earnest money; pawn, gage, bail, Insurance. bond, Law. mortgage, Law. mortgage bond, Law. bail bond, Rare, hostage.
-v. 6. ensure, secure,
Finance, bond, Law. mort gage, SI. cinch; pawn, gage, put up collateral, give earnest money, make a deposit, obligate; warrant, vouch, attest to, testify to, endorse, certify; contract, covenant, enter an agreement, make a bargain or deal, shake on it.
7. sponsor, countersign, underwrite, witness, answer for, stand behind, back up.
8. promise, pledge, plight, give one's solemn word
or promise, state on one's honor, swear to, state under oath; assure, offer assurance, asseverate, avouch, aver, affirm, say for certain or sure.

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