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1. acrimonious

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Sinonimi: bitter

ETYM Cf. Late Lat. acrimonious, French acrimonieux.
Marked by strong resentment or cynicism; SYN. bitter.
Bitter; caustic; angry.

2. atrabilarian

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3. atrabilarious

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4. atrabilary

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5. atrabiliar

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6. atrabiliary

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7. atrabilious

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Sinonimi: bilious | dyspeptic | liverish

Irritable as if suffering from indigestion; SYN. bilious, dyspeptic, liverish.
Melancholy; splenetic; acrimonious
Very melancholic; hypochondriac.

8. bad-tempered

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9. capernoited

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10. carnaptious

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Bad-tempered; cantankerous.

11. chippy

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Aggressively belligerent ; also; marked by much fighting

12. crankous

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13. crusty

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Sinonimi: curmudgeonly | gruff | ill-humored | ill-humoured

Brusque and surly and forbidding; SYN. curmudgeonly, gruff, ill-humored, ill-humoured.

14. currish

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ETYM From Cur.
1. Base and cowardly.
2. Resembling a cur; snarling and rude.

15. dorty

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16. excitable

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Sinonimi: irritable

ETYM Latin excitabilis inciting: cf. French excitable.
1. Easily excited.
2. (Physiology) Capable of responding to stimuli; SYN. irritable.

17. fretful

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Sinonimi: querulous | whiney | whining | whiny

ETYM See Fret.
Habitually complaining; SYN. querulous, whiney, whining, whiny.

18. ill-tempered

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Ill-natured, quarrelsome.

19. inflammatory

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ETYM Cf. French inflammatoire.
Characterized or caused by inflammation.

20. iracund

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Inclined to become angry.

21. irascible

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ETYM Latin irascibilis, from irasci to be angry, ira anger: cf. French irascible. Related to Ire.
Prone to anger; easily provoked or inflamed to anger.

22. irritable

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ETYM Latin irritabilis: cf. French irritable. Related to Irritate.
(Pathology) Abnormally sensitive to a stimulus.

23. jumpy

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1. Characterized by jumps or sudden variations
2. Nervous, jittery

24. nervous

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Sinonimi: neural

ETYM Latin nervosus sinewy, vigorous: cf. French nerveux. Related to Nerve.
1. Of or relating to the nervous system; SYN. neural.
2. Anxious, or easily frightened; Sensitive; excitable; timid; apprehensive.

25. out of temper

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26. pettish

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Fretful, peevish

27. petylant

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28. sensitive

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Sinonimi: sore | tender

ETYM French sensitif. Related to Sense.
1. Having acute mental or emotional sensibility.
2. Hurting; SYN. sore, tender.
3. Responsive to physical stimuli.
4. Used officially of classified information or matters affecting national security.

29. sore

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ETYM French saure, sore, sor; faucon sor a sore falcon. Related to Sorrel.
1. Tender to the touch; susceptible of pain from pressure.
2. (Figurative) Sensitive; tender; easily pained, grieved, or vexed.
3. Severe; afflictive; distressing.

30. sour

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Sinonimi: rancid

1. Having a sharp biting taste.
2. One of the four basic taste sensations; like the taste of vinegar or lemons.
3. Smelling of fermentation or staleness; SYN. rancid.

31. splenetic

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ETYM Latin spleneticus: cf. French splénétique. Related to Spleen.
Affected with spleen; peevish; fretful.
Melancholic.
Marked by bad temper or spite.

32. squeamish

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ETYM Old Eng. squaimous, sweymous, probably from Old Eng. sweem, swem, dizziness, a swimming in the head.
1. Having a stomach that is easily nauseated.
2. Easily disgusted; apt to be offended.

33. testy

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Fretful; peevish; easily irritated.

34. tetchy

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Irritable

35. touchy

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ETYM For techy, tetchy.
Peevish; irritable; irascible; techy; apt to take fire.

36. waspish

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1. Resembling a wasp in form; having a slender waist, like a wasp.
2. Quick to resent a trifling affront; characterized by snappishness; irritable; irascible; petulant; snappish.

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