other words for bearish
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That the man was a bear was a matter of course, and bears probably do not themselves know how bearish they are.
Some say it is a hermit, a bearish kind of gentleman who sees no one and never goes out.
He was in a bearish mood, for he had lost eleven francs at cards the night before.
His loving, bearish onslaught and his words quite silenced Carley.
Yet a spirit disclosed itself who treated this ideal society in a very impolite, bearish manner.
They had everything ready for the cooking of a meal, so that our bearish appetites had not long to suffer.
He had evidently recovered his nerve, and seemed to take pleasure in piquing Charlie's bearish suspicions.
Vernon tried to free himself from the bearish hug, and they both fell to the floor.
He's really nice, and he won't be grumpy and bearish like old Sir Alexander when he gets old.
That Abernethy is odd all the world knows, but his oddity is far more amusing than repulsive, far more playful than bearish.