other words for ill-humor
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Her face should breathe hope, gentleness and satisfaction; dejection, anxiety, and ill-humor should be constantly banished.
It made him quiet nevertheless; these fits of ill-humor and peevishness were certainly neither dignified nor manly.
I would greatly like to know whether your ill-humor has left you; this would please me.
To the extreme annoyance of those about her, all is now hurry, and bustle, and ill-humor.
Yet their countenances denoted neither dissatisfaction nor ill-humor.
Once they were on the homeward road, the boys forgot their ill-humor and joked about Ivar and his birds.
Suppose that in all this world, during all its ages, there never was a case of a person being always in an ill-humor.
It produced an excellent effect here, and still better in England, if one may judge by the ill-humor in which it put the Times.
The ill-humor of the cook was now a little amended; but besides this Dick had another hardship to get over.
Mr. Monroe did not salute me when he arrived this evening, so I am in ill-humor with him.