termagant[ tur-muh-guhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF termagant
Synonyms for termagant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TERMAGANT
His wife is a shrew, a termagant, who embitters every hour of his existence.
The child must not be suffered to grow up into a termagant—you will admit that, I hope?
This bride was a canting hypocrite of sixty-three, covetous, and a termagant.
She seemed to be a sort of termagant, and she said nobody said that about her unless you told them.
There are two claimants on the Milanese, then; the Spanish Termagant, and he?
Not to a woman; but I'm sometimes forced to do so to a termagant.
And I was the termagant who must have put it there, though I have no memory of doing so.
It was as if Elizabeth had put herself into the situation of a termagant wife.
She may be a fool—she may be a termagant—she may be what you please—but—but she has money.
Why, what a bloody-minded, inveterate, termagant strumpet have I been plagued with!