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Definition of "ill-humoured" [ill-humoured]

  • Brusque and surly and forbidding (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "ill-humoured" in a sentence
  • "• And we suffer the usual angry exchanges in the Commons as speaker John Bercow struggles to stop the personal attacks and ill-humoured politicking."
  • ""Oh, vewy well," says Cardigan, damned ill-humoured; his voice was a mere croak, no doubt with his roupy chest, or over-boozing on his yacht."
  • "On meeting a flock of these little busybodies the most ill-humoured observer is forced to burst into laughter."