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  • 101peevish — peevishly, adv. peevishness, n. /pee vish/, adj. 1. cross, querulous, or fretful, as from vexation or discontent: a peevish youngster. 2. showing annoyance, irritation, or bad mood: a peevish reply; a peevish frown. 3. perverse or obstinate.… …

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  • 102snappy — snappily, adv. snappiness, n. /snap ee/, adj., snappier, snappiest. 1. apt to snap or bite; snappish, as a dog. 2. impatient or irritable, as a person or a reply. 3. snapping or crackling in sound, as a fire. 4. quick or sudden in action or… …

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  • 103testy — testily, adv. testiness, n. /tes tee/, adj., testier, testiest. irritably impatient; touchy. [1325 75; late ME testi, alter. of MF testu headstrong; r. ME testif < MF. See TEST2, IVE] Syn. tetchy, edgy, snappish, cross, irascible. See irritable.&#8230; …

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  • 104touchy — touchily, adv. touchiness, n. /tuch ee/, adj., touchier, touchiest. 1. apt to take offense on slight provocation; irritable: He is very touchy when he s sick. 2. requiring caution, tactfulness, or expert handling; precarious; risky: a touchy&#8230; …

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  • 105wasp — wasplike, adj. /wosp/, n. 1. any of numerous social or solitary hymenopterous insects of the Vespidae, Sphecidae, and allied families, generally having a long, slender body and narrow waist and, in the female, a stinger. 2. a person who is&#8230; …

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  • 106waspish — waspishly, adv. waspishness, n. /wos pish/, adj. 1. like or suggesting a wasp, esp. in behavior. 2. quick to resent a trifling affront or injury; snappish. 3. irascibly or petulantly spiteful: waspish writing. 4. having a slight or slender build …

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  • 107yap — yapper, n. yappingly, adv. /yap/, v., yapped, yapping, n. v.i. 1. to bark sharply, shrilly, or snappishly; yelp. 2. Slang. to talk shrilly, noisily, or foolishly. v.t. 3. to utter by yapping. n. 4. a sharp, shrill, or snappish bark; yelp. 5.&#8230; …

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  • 108snappishly — adverb In a snappish manner …

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  • 109petulant — adjective /ˈpɛtʃələnt,ˈpɛtjələnt/ childishly irritable. Lack of sleep is causing Daves recent petulant behavior. Syn: huffy, snappish, irritable, grouchy, bad tempered, ill tempered Ant: eas …

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  • 110List of The Southern Vampire Mysteries characters — This is a listing of significant characters in Charlaine Harris s The Southern Vampire Mysteries / Sookie Stackhouse novels only. HBO created a television series called True Blood based on this series. Contents 1 Main characters 1.1 Sookie&#8230; …

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  • 111quick — I (discerning) adjective acute, adept, adroit, agile, aggressive, astute, brainy, bright, brilliant, clever, deft, dexterous, discerning, educable, educatable, fiery, instructable, intelligent, irascible, irritable, keen, nimble fingered, of&#8230; …

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  • 112acrimonious — I adjective acerb, acerbic, acrid, astringent, biting, bitter, blistering, captious, caustic, censorious, choleric, corrosive, cross tempered, cruel, cutting, cynical, embittered, envenomed, gruff, harsh, hostile, huffy, ill natured, inimical,&#8230; …

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  • 113fractious — I adjective apt to quarrel, bad tempered, bearish, bickering, cantankerous, captious, carping, caviling, choleric, churlish, complaining, contentious, contrary, crabby, cranky, cross, cross grained, crusty, difficilis, difficult, disposed to&#8230; …

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  • 114irascible — I adjective bad tempered, belligerent, cantankerous, captious, choleric, churlish, contentious, cranky, cross, disobedient, disputatious, dissentious, easily riled, edgy, fiery, fractious, froward, hostile, huffy, ill humored, ill natured,&#8230; …

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  • 115perverse — I adjective bad, bad natured, bad tempered, base, bellicose, belligerent, boorish, bumptious, cantankerous, captious, churlish, contemptible, contrary, contumacious, contumelious, corrupt, corrupted, crabbed, cranky, cross, crusty, debauched,&#8230; …

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  • 116petulant — I adjective acrimonious, annoyed, argumentative, bad tempered, bearish, cantankerous, captious, carping, cavilling, censorious, choleric, churlish, contentious, crabbed, crabby, cranky, cross, cross tempered, crusty, curmudgeonly, difficult,&#8230; …

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  • 117Список экспериментов мультсериала «Лило и Стич» — «Лило и Стич: Мультсериал» (англ.&#160;Lilo Stitch: The Series)&#160; это анимационный телевизионный сериал. Сериал является продолжением мультфильма «Новые приключения Стича» и предысторией фильма « …

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  • 118abrupt — Synonyms and related words: aggressive, arduous, bearish, beastly, bluff, blunt, blunt edged, blunt ended, blunt pointed, blunted, bluntish, bold, brash, breakneck, breathless, brief, brisk, brusque, casual, cavalier, churlish, crisp, crusty,&#8230; …

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  • 119bearish — Synonyms and related words: abrupt, aggressive, beastly, bitchy, bluff, blunt, brash, brusque, cankered, cantankerous, cavalier, churlish, crabbed, cranky, cross, cross grained, crotchety, crusty, curt, cussed, disagreeable, excitable, feisty,&#8230; …

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  • 120bitchy — Synonyms and related words: abusive, back biting, baleful, bearish, belittling, calumniatory, calumnious, cankered, cantankerous, catty, censorious, churlish, contemptuous, contumelious, crabbed, cranky, cross, cross grained, crusty, cussed,&#8230; …

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