irritability

[ ir-i-tuh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF irritability

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRRITABILITY

His eccentricity was a combination of absent-mindedness and irritability.

The work of vegetation begins first in the irritability of the bark and leaf-buds.

It was impressive riding to those who knew the filly's irritability, uncertainty.

The irritability of the one active cell subsided, that of the others was aroused.

Did you notice any symptoms of mental disturbance or irritability about him at any time?

There was a dark expression in her countenance, but the traces of irritability were gone.

This was but the irritability of a racked soul, needing to spend its agony somewhere.

A Hong Kong hotel is not a place for a person predisposed to irritability.

Two of the worst traits in an aviator are impatience and irritability.

Growth, reproduction, irritability, metabolism—Mary smiled wryly.

WORD ORIGIN

1755, from irritable + -ity.

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