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grouchy tending to be irritable and complaining; bad-tempered.
hair any of the single, thin, thread-like strands that grow from the skin of mammals. [1/4 definitions]
Harpy (l.c.) a nagging and bad-tempered woman; shrew. [1/4 definitions]
harridan a bad-tempered woman, esp. an old one; scold.
headhunt an expedition whose purpose is head-hunting. [2 definitions]
head-hunting of or relating to the practice of head-hunting. [1/3 definitions]
head-on frontally opposed or facing, or meeting head-to-head or front-to-front, as in a conflict or collision. [1/3 definitions]
ill-natured showing a disagreeable temperament; bad-tempered; nasty.
large-minded tolerant in one's views; liberal or broad-minded.
Mahabharata an ancient Sanskrit epic poem of India, attributed to Vyasa, that recounts the life of Krishna and that contains the Bhagavad-Gita.
mephitic very bad-smelling. [1/2 definitions]
moth any of numerous broad-winged insects that have fine or featherlike antennae, usu. fly at night, and are usu. thicker of body and less colorful than butterflies. [1/2 definitions]
panga a large, broad-bladed African knife used as a cutting tool or weapon.
pinner a head-covering having long flaps of material pinned to each side.
quarrelsome tending to quarrel easily or frequently; bad-tempered; argumentative.
ROM abbreviation of "read-only memory."
shovel hat a broad-brimmed hat turned up at the sides and having a shovellike projection front and back, usu. worn by English clergymen.
sill a heavy, horizontal timber or beam that serves as a load-bearing support for the wall of a building. [1/2 definitions]
sour resentful, bitter, morose, or otherwise bad-tempered. [1/10 definitions]
stinking bad-smelling. [1/2 definitions]
stinkweed any of various bad-smelling plants, such as the jimson weed or dog fennel.