truculent

[ truhk-yuh-luhnt, troo-kyuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF truculent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRUCULENT

It was with an ugly and truculent manner, if more warily, that the man closed in.

But outnumbering them by far were faces set in truculent mold.

George, who was big and lank, and truculent in appearance, nodded.

I could have embraced that figure of grotesque and truculent devotion.

The Illanun chiefs, for all their truculent aspect, were much too prudent to attempt to move.

He was a truculent, untamable rough, evidently inspired with gin.

Or was I, after all my grind, to yield a place to the truculent Coxhead?

De Marle was helpless with illness, but truculent in temper.

It is not like mortal fire, a consuming, dangerous, truculent element.

"Come, now," he added, changing swiftly into his most truculent mood.

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