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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspleneticsple‧net‧ic /spləˈnetɪk/ adjective formal  BAD-TEMPEREDbad-tempered and often angry
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spleneticThe crude and splenetic expression and presentation of such views suggested irrational pathological prejudice rather than a coherent ideology.Dennis Jarrett replies: A somewhat splenetic reaction, Mr Francis, to be sure.
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