querulous

[ kwer-uh-luhs, kwer-yuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF querulous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUERULOUS

And on his countenance there was a sour, querulous, resentful expression.

A querulous, high-pitched voice, quavering with the palsy of extreme age.

But the children had no awe of the gambler, and their protests were many and querulous.

For the moment, however, Mr. Mix was querulous rather than defensive.

At this moment a querulous, broken voice comes to them from some inner room.

I have also heard from James; he too, talks of success, but in a querulous strain.

"I have been down to the village looking for you," he said, in a querulous tone.

On his face was an expression of querulous surprise as he reeled to the fall.

Larry blinked with the troubled, querulous eyes of a monkey.

Suddenly the groom, a kind of querulous shiver in his voice, spoke.

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