Griz·zle n. Gray; a gray color; a mixture of white and black.
Griz·zle v. t. & i. To make or become grizzly, or grayish.
Hardship of the way such as would grizzle little children. --R. F. Burton.
I found myself on the Nubian desert shaking hands with a
grizzling man whom men addressed as Collins Bey. --Pall Mall Mag.
Griz·zle, v. i. & t. To worry; to fret; to bother; grumble. [Prov. Eng.] “Don't sit grizzling there.”
n : a grey wig
v 1: be in a huff; be silent or sullen [syn: brood, stew]
2: complain whiningly [syn: whine, yammer, yawp]