Green’s Dictionary of Slang

griped adj.

also gripy
[gripe v. (3)]

(US) angry.

[US]J.H. O’Hara letter Dec. in Bruccoli Sel. Letters 37: They’re griped with nice young Rosenbergers-Frankers who made D.K.E. at Yale.
[US]B. Appel Brain Guy 8: He pulled up his coat collar, griped with himself for being groggy.
[US]N. Davis Sally’s in the Alley 48: I was just griped because you walked off with my special steak.
[UK]W. Eyster Far from the Customary Skies 305: ‘You’re griped because I beat you out of second class,’ Average retorted.
[US]R. Prather Always Leave ’Em Dying 32: [I] went from persuasive to volubly griped.
[US](con. 1945) G. Forbes Goodbye to Some (1963) 147: What’s he griped about?
[US]D.V. Gallery Start Engines 20: He does it because he’s griped about not making our team [HDAS].
[UK](con. c.1945) A. Wheatle Island Songs (2006) 29: Yuh better gward to bed before Mama get too gripy.