splenetic

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relating to the spleen

I have already described the general protuberance of the abdomen among the children throughout the Messaria and the Carpas districts, all of whom are more or less affected by splenetic diseases.

bad-tempered, irritable, peevish, spiteful, habitually angry

In fact, Gwendolen, not intending it, but intending the contrary, had offended her hostess, who, though not a splenetic or vindictive woman, had her susceptibilities.

{a} full of spleen, peevish, fretful
Affected with spleen; malicious; spiteful; peevish; fretful
bad-tempered, spiteful, habitually angry
of or relating to the spleen
A person affected with spleen
{s} of the spleen; irritable, spiteful, malicious; gloomy
If you describe someone as splenetic, you mean that they easily become very angry about things. retired military men with splenetic opinions. = peevish. bad-tempered and often angry (spleneticus, from splen; SPLEEN)
very irritable; "bristly exchanges between the White House and the press"; "he became prickly and spiteful"; "witty and waspish about his colleagues"
splenitive
splenetical
splenetically
In a splenetical manner
splenetically
irritably, spitefully, maliciously; gloomily
splenetic

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    sple·net·ic

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    [ spli-'ne-tik, archaic ' ] (adjective.) 1697. The adjective form of spleen. Anger was traditionally believed to originate from the fluids of the spleen.

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