ill-humored


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Synonyms for ill-humored

brusque and surly and forbidding

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This priest was a bit crazy, so that one should not be surprised to find him sometimes disgusted and ill-humored; other times he played like a child.
The country's former prosecutor general, the implacable and ill-humored Ana Pessoa jailed several senior officials including former Minister of Justice Lucia Lobato.
We collude with the defiant, tall, orange-haired Dona Juana, who defends her right to develop her "facultades" and refuses the electroshock treatment prescribed by an ill-humored psychiatrist.
Some artists, ill-humored about being turned down, would berate Jacobs volunteers and demand explanations of the jury's decision.
The usual characters are here too: Falco's young daughters Julia and Favonia; Petronius Longus and the vigils; the handsome playboy Titus Caesar; Falco's shifty father and ill-humored sisters; and Nux the dog.