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  • r  in a captious, carping manner
    he was captiously pedantic

  • Just as captiously, the cartoonist growled that Joanie wasn't Joan.
  • A captiously critical man reading the New Republic's Promise of American Life might define a liberal as one in a gloomy state of mind.

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