After a short layover, I crankily
board the flight for Sweet Home Chicago.
clear, perhaps most crankily
in his 1992 The American Religion, that he
Kernell said, crankily
, removing some more Wite-Out(TM) from his computer's screen .
Sammler, a civilized intellectual refugee crankily
at odds with the vulgar vitality of New York City in the 1960s, has already observed in the book's opening paragraph that "[i]ntellectual man had become an explaining creature.
which goes back to the trick that a mad Robert Lowell played, crankily
testing him out, when Heaney visited him in hospital in 1976.
Her sister Laura (real-life sister Laura Silverman) bankrolls her irresponsibility but is kind of crankily
Moretti is crankily
opinionated without being an egomaniac.