querulousness

[ kwer-uh-luhs, kwer-yuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF querulousness
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The querulousness with which he began the sentence melted into a rallying smile.

Yet no weakness, no querulousness disgraced the noble close of that noble career.

But she roused up into querulousness at this speech of her husband's.

And all this oppressed her much more than the querulousness of her stepmother's words.

But I will not trouble the workers with the querulousness of old age.

The sentence began with dignity, but ended with querulousness.

It does not expend itself in bravado, petulance or querulousness.

For, with a sick man's querulousness he was sometimes irritated by the ease and capability with which Augusta got things done.

She rattled on, hoping to conceal the laughter of the children next door—a favourite source of querulousness at breakfast time.

The querulousness of incompetent complaining natures confesses itself almost as much as in the tones of the voice.

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