cranky[ krang-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF cranky
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRANKY
But he hasn't got no use for any of the guys that gets a cranky play in on him; he won't stand it.
He always was stubborn as an off ox and cranky as a windlass.
He's as straight and square and honest as he is obstinate and cranky.
And if you think Ferdinand's the man to give in to a cranky Khedive, you're much mistaken.
He had been given only a mild shock, but it had been enough for his fluttery, cranky heart.
"Serves him right—for being so cross and cranky," was Andy's comment.
"Some of the boys do shake 'em up when they feel sort of cranky," admitted Ketchel.
Taking care of cranky babies isn't what it is cracked up to be.
You'd be cranky and grumbly and disagreeable too, I dare say.
Crocker smiled in the darkness; he had been too "cranky" to belong to Shelton's "set."
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CRANKY
- down in the dumps
- down in the mouth
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- having the blahs
- in a bad mood
- in a blue funk
- singing the blues