tetchy

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Easily annoyed or irritated; peevish, testy or irascible

To see it tetchy and fall out with the dug!.

{a} peevish, easily provoked, fretful
easily irritated or annoyed; "an incorrigibly fractious young man"; "not the least nettlesome of his countrymen"
If you say that someone is tetchy, you mean they are bad-tempered and likely to get angry suddenly without an obvious reason. You always get tetchy when you're hungry He was in a particularly tetchy mood yesterday. likely to get angry or upset easily
{s} irritable; moody
tetchily
In an annoyed or irritated manner

No, indeed. He got me dis little buggy—Sidecar, corrected Ryan tetchily. It's called a sidecar..

tetchiness
The quality of being tetchy, or irritable
tetchier
comparative of tetchy
tetchiest
superlative of tetchy
tetchily
in an ill-natured and tetchy manner; "`Are you sure?' he asked her tetchily
tetchy

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    tet·chy

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    Etymologie

    [ 'te-chE ] (adjective.) 1592. 1592, teachie, in Romeo and Juliet|Romeo and Juliet]], Act I, Scene iii, line 32. Presumably from Middle English tatch, tache, tecche, teche (“blemish”), influenced by touchy, from Old French tache, teche (Modern French tache), from Vulgar Latin *tacca, from Gothic taikns (“sign”) (compare Old English tacen (“sign, token”), Modern English token), from Proto-Indo-European *deik-.“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001American Heritage Dictionary: T. F. HOAD. "." The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology. 1996. . 17 Jan. 2010.

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