hyperirritable
adjective see hyperirritability

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • hyperirritable — adj. affected by an abnormal level of sensitivity to stimuli …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hyperirritable — hy·per·irritable …   English syllables

  • hyperirritable — “+ adjective Etymology: hyper + irritable : marked by hyperirritability …   Useful english dictionary

  • hyperirritability — hyperirritable, adj. /huy peuhr ir i teuh bil i tee/, n. extreme irritability. [1910 15; HYPER + IRRITABILITY] * * * …   Universalium

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  • hyperirritability — noun Date: 1908 abnormally great or uninhibited response to stimuli • hyperirritable adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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