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Word of the Day 12/20/19 Grinch

Grinch (noun)
grinch [ grinch ]


noun
1. a person or thing that spoils or dampens the pleasure of others.

WORDS RELATED TO GRINCH
pessimist, complainer, grouch, whiner, dampener, doomsdayer, damper, downer, drag, killjoy, malcontent, sourpuss, marplot, proser, spoilsport, drip, fuddy-duddy, stick-in-the-mud

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Origin: First recorded in 1965–70; from the Grinch, name of a character created by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel)

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