irritable : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i ruh tuh buhl

  • s  easily irritated or annoyed
  • s  abnormally sensitive to a stimulus
  • s  capable of responding to stimuli

  • Both Rodriguez and Richards recall a more irritable Devlin, not the "marshmallow" that friends describe.
  • Some contain diuretics or laxatives that can cause skin rashes, diarrhea and irritable bowel syndrome.
  • She was irritable, and had a low blood count, but 'within a month she seemed to have recovered.
News & Articles


  • Graeme Samuel in Melbourne Herald Sun
    These price spikes occurred on a six weekly basis and they went right off the graph, quite frankly, way beyond any spike that's occurred in the past,Mr Samuel said. "That's when we become concerned and very irritable."
  • Andre Ward in San Francisco Chronicle
    If (Green) has a chip on his shoulder, then that makes two of us,Ward said. "I've been away from my family for a long time. I'm a bit irritable. He's desperate to win, but I want to keep my title. I don't know if it's now or if it's later,...
  • Rick Moody in The Age
    Sometimes you fall in love with who you're playing. As filming winds down, you hear the clock ticking because you know you're going to leave your character behind and a kind of odd separation anxiety kicks in. You get irritable and just sort of... Johnny Depp Indian Express Mar 5, 2010 53883 70896 irritably Get to know my book the way you would get to know me," Moody wrote, "in the fullness of time, hesitantly, irritably, impatiently, uncertainly, pityingly, generously."

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