- s brusque and surly and forbidding
- With good-and ill-humored grotesqueries, he pokes at modern man's neuroses, pretensions and follies.
- When the girls sued, ill-humored Irwin Meyer contended they should have known better than to ride with an ill-humored driver.
- Given Britain's seemingly inexhaustible appetite for stories about spies and public scandal, these allegations inevitably touched off a lively debatenot all of it ill-humored.
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- Morning Minutes, March 5
Word of the Day, Website of the Day, Number to Know, This Day in History, Today’s Featured Birthday and Daily Quote. surly SUR-lee , adjective; ill-humored; churlish in manner or mood; sullen and gruff; Menacing or threatening in appearance, as of weather conditions; ominous.
March 5, 2014 - Hope Star