ill-humoured


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Adj.1.ill-humoured - brusque and surly and forbidding; "crusty remarks"; "a crusty old man"; "his curmudgeonly temper"; "gruff manner"; "a gruff reply"
ill-natured - having an irritable and unpleasant disposition
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ill-humoured

ill-humored (US) [ˈɪlˈhjuːməd] ADJmalhumorado
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