ill-humoredSEE DEFINITION OF ill-humored
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-HUMORED
"He's cross this evening,—cross and ill-humored," said Scanlan, laughing.
If, then, he did not enjoy himself on his visit, he came away from it soured and ill-humored.
Every man is ill-humored who loses such a sum as I have lost.
In the tenth he is black and sullen-browed, and ill-humored—and strong.
It was enough to make any one ill-humored to be disturbed so unexpectedly.
It plays and dances for one and talks to one, and sometimes it is ill-humored.
She was not grateful, or ungrateful, or unkind, or ill-humored.
In all their acquaintance he had never seen her ill-humored.
If this occur, have patience, and do not become pettish or ill-humored.
But boys, when they are ill-humored, and dispute, are always unreasonable and foolish.
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