10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IRACUNDULOUS»
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Virgil sat like a cold marble statue unmoved by this iracundulous fulmination. “I'll
fix your chariot for not playing by the rules of the marketplace. When I get through
with you my tax collector friends will make it impossible for you to keep that nice ...
The American Heritage Crossword Puzzle Dictionary
... grumpy 07 awkward, crabbed, grouchy, iracund, peevish, pnckiy 08 contrary
petulant 09 diilicult, iractious, irntabie 11 had-tempered 12 cantankerous,
disagreeable, iracundulous, obstreperous crouch 03 bow 04 bend, duck 05
cowec kneel, ...
American Heritage Dictionary, 2003
Something Understood: Studies in Anglo-Dutch Literary ...
... invents words like futilitous (resembling futile), galligaskinish (referring to
breeches), handy-dandyish (associated to a child's game), iracundulous (related
to irascible) and ninnyhammering ("ninnyhammer" is slang for "fool"). These are ...
Bart Westerweel, Theo d'. Haen, 1990
Oxford Thesaurus of English
... dyspeptic; surly, cross, crusty, crabbed, grouchy, crotchety, cantankerous,
curmudgeonly, ill-natured, ill-humoured, peevish, querulous, captious, fractious,
bilious; informal narky, prickly, ratty, hot under the collar; rare iracund,
Wild tigers & tame fleas
It is not recorded how many of the officers were spat upon, but a summary order
was issued through channels for the abandonment of the project. The War
Department typically left the iracundulous recruits to shift for themselves, and a
report of ...
William Ballantine (artist.), 1958
A computer-generated concordance to Sterne's Tristram Shandy
... till at last I danced mysejf Into Perdrltlo' 7 536 □0 kn|tS/ and sews/ and dances/
and does the little c 7 490 t piping/ fiddling/ and dancing to the vintage/ and e 8
539 al I IgasKjnlsh Handy-dandy I sh Iracundulous (th 8 551 have BJven It up.
Patricia Hogan Graves, 1974
Chambers English-Hindi Dictionary
672. iron ipso facto (L.) ЧЧТЪЩЪ:, агггсг:, çgRT:, iracund adj. Ъ\чч\\<Л, ^Ф; п.
iracundity □ЯЧИЯЯГ, Wfà; adj. iracundulous fcïffVfT irade n. 5TT% (z^f % Цг<\Н
m М%5Г Iranian o<#. & n.
Sureśa Avasthī, Indujā Avasthī, 1981
The Chambers Crossword Dictionary, 3rd edition
... fretful, grouchy, iracund, prickly 08 cankered, captious, churlish, perverse,
petulant, snappish 09 crotchety, difficult, fractious, irascible, irritable, splenetic10
illnatured 11 acrimonious, badtempered, illtempered 12 cantankerous,
Exiled in language: the poetry of Margaret Diesendorf, ...
... devant, Vandyke beard, and an accroche-cceur, even in those early years he is
a thoroughgoing rake, with a distinct Catilinarian, iracundulous air, to judge by
photos of the day. Already, if one looks closely enough, the mauvaise langue is in
The nonce words "placidulish" and "blandulish" seem below Sterne's usual
inventiveness; see, e.g., "Galligaskinish," "Iracundulous," and "Stridulous" in his
alphabet of love, TS, VIII.13.672. "Amalgama'was a common spelling from Bacon