franzy

franzy

(ˈfrænzɪ)
adj, -zier or -ziest
irritable; peevish
References in classic literature ?
But her hair won't curl all I can do with it, and she's so franzy about having it put i' paper, and I've such work as never was to make her stand and have it pinched with th' irons.
But I daresay ye warna franzy, for ye look as if ye'd ne'er been angered i' your life.
Laura, like Maggie Tulliver, has trouble with her hair: while Mrs Tulliver moans that Maggie's `hair won't curl all I can do with it, and she's so franzy about having it put i' paper, and I've such work as never was to make her stand and have it pinched with th' irons' (p.