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  • r  in a bad mood
    he answered her cantankerously

  • It hardly matters that other writers have spoken cantankerously with spoonbread accents and loony inspirations.
  • HENRY GONZALEZ, 84, cantankerously quixotic former Democratic Congressman who served from 1961 to '98; in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Not since Paddy Chayefsky in Network has a middle-aged film maker so cantankerously lashed out against the young.

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