irascibility

[ ih-ras-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF irascibility

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I have my moments of irascibility, for which I am heartily ashamed.

His character was strongly marked by pride, irascibility, and malevolence.

Unfortunately, my son's irascibility of temper drove him away.

His vocation had induced an irascibility of temper which took the form of silence.

Yet you gave me the impression of irascibility just now, when I drew you.

They are filled with irritation and irascibility on this subject.

His irascibility increased with his determination to fight it out alone.

Although her eyes were closed, her face gave the impression of weariness, irascibility, and habitual suffering.

There is in him an irascibility of temper, accompanied by a facility of invective, which is seldom met with.

The irascibility of Pope too strongly authenticated one of the three authors.

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