strifeful

strifeful

(ˈstraɪffʊl)
adj
full of strife
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The sloth proves neither strifeful brute, nor sanguine, but sincere.
For instance, while discussing Delius's A Village Romeo and Juliet, Mellers states: "The strifeful key of C minor takes over, and the orchestra quivers in augmented fifths that sound like lacrimae rerum" (p.