irascible[ ih-ras-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF irascible
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Theophrastus couldn't better have depicted the irascible man.
He pushed his hand through his hair with an irascible gesture.
The father was as bluff and portly and irascible as she was patient and gentle.
His name was Kara-Tete, meaning "the irascible" in the native tongue.
This concession, however, by no means satisfied the irascible Louis.
He, too, must needs give vent to his irascible feelings some how.
One reads that the Béarnais are "irascible, jealous, and spirituel."
The horse, half Spanish, powerful and irascible, was quickly saddled.
Hector Macdonald was somewhat sanguine and irascible in temper.
It seemed to her that there was unusual irritation in her brother's irascible voice.