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  • 121discontented — Synonyms and related words: acid, against, angry, annoyed, beefing, bellyaching, bitching, browned off, caustic, cheerless, complaining, complaintful, con, corrosive, crabbing, crabby, cranky, croaking, disappointed, disapprobatory, disapproving …

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  • 122angry — a. Provoked, exasperated, irritated, incensed, piqued, galled, chafed, indignant, moody, sulky, irate, ireful, wroth, wrathful, storming, infuriate, infuriated, furious, raging, resentful, hot, inflamed, mad, passionate, in a passion, in a pet,… …

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  • 123sulky — a. Cross, morose, sour, sullen, spleeny, spleenish, splenetic, perverse, wayward, surly, moody, dogged, churlish, mumpish, cross grained, ill tempered, ill humored, in the sulks, out of humor, out of temper, out of tune …

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  • 124Necker Island (Britische Jungferninseln) — Vorlage:Infobox Insel/Wartung/Höhe fehlt Necker Island Necker Island Gewässer Karibisches Meer …

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  • 125grouty — a. (Colloq.) Sullen, moody, sulky, surly, morose, cross, glum, grum, spleeny, cynical, crabbed, cross grained, out of humor, out of temper …

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  • 126moody — a. 1. Humorsome, capricious, variable. 2. Angry, petulant, irritable, irascible, passionate, snappish, pettish, sour, crusty, crabbed, waspish, captious, snarling, peevish, testy, fretful, ill tempered, out of humor, out of temper. 3. Sullen,… …

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  • 127wrathful — a. Angry, mad, furious, infuriate, raging, rageful, wroth, indignant, passionate, resentful, exasperated, provoked, incensed, irritated, hot, irate, ireful, in a passion, out of temper, out of tune …

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  • 128cross — I. n. 1. Gibbet (made of pieces of wood placed transversely). 2. [With The prefixed.] Gospel, Christian doctrine, Christian religion, Christianity, Christendom. 3. Trial, vexation, trouble, affliction, misfortune. 4. Intermixture (of species). II …

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  • 129none but the brave deserve the fair — The pair referred to in Dryden’s poem (Alexander’s Feast) are Alexander the Great and the Athenian courtesan Thais. 1697 DRYDEN Poems (1958) III. 148 Happy, happy, happy Pair!.. None but the Brave deserves the Fair. 1829 P. EGAN Boxiana 2nd ser.… …

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  • 130regulate — reg·u·late vt lat·ed, lat·ing 1: to govern or direct according to rule 2 a: to bring under the control of law b: to make regulations for or concerning Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 131chagrin — I. n. Mortification, vexation, annoyance, displease, disquiet, ill humor. II. v. a. Mortify, vex, irritate, chafe, annoy, displease, provoke, put out of temper …

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  • 132modify — v 1. change slightly, vary, inflect; adjust, readjust, adapt; square up, even up, balance, trim; accommodate, Inf. make do, make fit; change, alter, reshape, remold, recast; reconstruct, revamp, remodel, make changes, innovate, make innovations,… …

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  • 133crump —  the cramp j also to be out of temper. N …

    A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • 134grand —  very ; grand crass, very much out of temper ; grand rich, very rich. Kent …

    A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • 135outrageous — out•ra•geous [[t]aʊtˈreɪ dʒəs[/t]] adj. 1) of or involving gross injury or wrong 2) grossly offensive to the sense of right or decency: outrageous behavior[/ex] 3) passing reasonable bounds: an outrageous price[/ex] 4) violent in action or temper …

    From formal English to slang

  • 136outburst — out|burst [ˈautbə:st US bə:rst] n 1.) something you say suddenly that expresses a strong emotion, especially anger ▪ He later apologized for his outburst. emotional/violent/angry outburst ▪ his father s violent outbursts of temper outburst of ▪… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 137outburst — out|burst [ aut,bɜrst ] noun count a sudden spoken expression of a strong feeling, especially anger: emotional outbursts outburst of: His colleagues used to be shocked by his outbursts of temper. a. the sudden start of an activity or emotional… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 138Cultural and political image of John McCain — John McCain s personal character has dominated the image and perception of him.[1] His family s military heritage, his rebellious nature as a youth, his endurance over his treatment as a prisoner of war, his resulting physical limitations, his… …

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  • 139John McCain — This article is about the U.S. Senator. For other persons and ships of the same name, see John McCain (disambiguation). John McCain …

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  • 140Daisy Duck — First appearance Mr. Duck Steps Out (1940) Created by Walt Disney Productions Voiced by Gloria Blondell (1945 1950) …

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