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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishirasciblei‧ras‧ci‧ble /ɪˈræsəbəl/ adjective written  ANGRYeasily becoming angry syn bad-tempered an irascible old man
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irascibleHe dashed about her, solicitous but irascible.He was recognised to be highly jealous and irascible.an irascible actressHe was irascible, hard-cussing, for ever landing in trouble.Alicia Silverstone plays an irascible rich girl who stages her own kidnapping to get attention from daddy.This irascible trait naturally served to increase his enemies.
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