ill-humorSEE DEFINITION OF ill-humor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-HUMOR
Then, with a gesture of ill-humor he threw his black felt hat to the chest of drawers.
Dalton's ill-humor had, however, a different source from that which she suspected.
I was obliged to bear all her ill-humor and the clamor of her tongue.
Dr. Renton knew it, and prepared to maintain his ill-humor against the invader.
“Of course not,” said he, all his ill-humor having returned.
At the shearing-shed, Alessandro found his men in confusion and ill-humor.
“Yes, if it were true,” returned Hatty sorrowfully, and then her ill-humor vanished.
It was not an agreeable laugh although there was no ill-humor in it.
In such an ill-humor and with such a resolution, Julien reached the door of his house.
Mr. Monroe did not salute me when he arrived this evening, so I am in ill-humor with him.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ILL-HUMOR
- bad humor
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