Part of speech:
Having, resembling, or being a crust:
Bad-tempered and morose; peevish:
Marked by hopelessness; very pessimistic:
Not giving performances; closed:
Suffering from psychological depression
Stern or forbidding, as in manner or appearance:
Moody and melancholy; dejected.
Bitter and sharp in language or tone; rancorous:
Having a disagreeable, irritable, or malevolent disposition.
(Often derogatory) silent and withdrawn after being upset
In a bad-tempered or sulky mood; grumpy
Having or marked by a tendency to be bitter or sardonic:
Stingy or mean
Difficult to understand; complicated.
Showing ill humor; annoyed.
Unpleasantly sharp or rough
Sad and gloomy; depressed or depressing
(--- Archaic) Having choler as the dominant humor in terms of medieval physiology.
(Scot.) Hard; stern; severe
Given to frequent changes of mood; temperamental.
Given to or characterized by unwholesome thoughts or feelings, especially of death or disease:
Bad-tempered, irritable, peevish, spiteful, etc.; spleenful
Not suitable; inappropriate:
showing a brooding ill humor; ; ; ; ; ; - Bruce Bliven
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