fretfulness

[ fret-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fretfulness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRETFULNESS

No fretfulness about trifles disfigures the calm serenity of his features.

And he walked impatiently to and fro, like a caged animal in fretfulness.

Much colic and fretfulness may be avoided if baby is kept warm.

Thrush is evidenced by fretfulness or crying on attempting to nurse.

She watched critically to see whether the cigar-light was puffed in fretfulness.

"Marcia, you're dreadfully late, as usual," a touch of fretfulness in her voice.

With the fretfulness of disease, he refused to share in her satisfaction.

His fretfulness vanished; he became calm and cool and collected.

But he had misread the symptoms, and had misread also the fretfulness of her impatience.

All their weariness and fretfulness and tumbles and aches are poured into her lap.

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