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His truculent words seemed to please the audience, and he sat down amid a tempest of applause.

The King's MenRobert Grant, John Boyle O'Reilly, J. S. Dale, and John T. Wheelwright

No choice now remained except to despatch an armed expedition against the truculent kingdom.

Occasionally he was truculent or derisive, referring to Bandit as the "Commander's hot box."

These truculent ruffians (when they have thoroughly earned a thrashing) will often accept it with most edifying docility.

"Right you are, Henry," echoed a truculent sea voice from somewhere.

Twelve MenTheodore Dreiser

His truculent arrogance was gone, he came in slowly and almost as if he were walking in his sleep.

Thankful's InheritanceJoseph C. Lincoln

Don't be alarmed at some of his revelations—he's not so truculent as at times he represents himself.

The orang 270 stood upright, looking about him in a truculent manner.

He was a truculent, swarthy fellow, with small sparkling eyes.

They are truculent little creatures, and sometimes rather hard to avoid when they get on the warpath.

The Land of FootprintsStewart Edward White

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