Adjective(1) easily irritated or annoyed
(1) When he gets a good result, he sometimes wants to react and say, ├ö├ç├┐there you are├ö├ç├û to his detractors, but equally a bad result can make him tetchy .(2) Other Amazing Race contestants are tetchy that the couple are there, as the pair find it easier to get favours from strangers because they get recognised.(3) Now that the competition is a straight knockout, supporters yesterday grew increasingly tetchy over Dundee's failure to score and Sartid's gamesmanship.(4) Normally chirpy and gregarious, the 49-year-old has become increasingly tetchy in the build-up to the tournament.(5) Firm with the media in the past, he is now tetchy .(6) You can see why people might get a little tetchy about their personal privacy with one company carving so many avenues into their lives, even if I do think those worries are ultimately unfounded.(7) The dying hours of any election campaign are always marked by an exhausted tetchy edge among candidates and parties as they strive to go that extra mile while awaiting the judgement of others.(8) His relationship with the national team, though, has turned tetchy since he was discarded from their recent European tour with a colleague for apparently breaking a squad curfew on having guests in the hotel.(9) However, maybe because he's jetlagged, Hornby is a tad tetchy today.(10) I'm feeling just a wee bit dehydrated and ever-so-slightly tetchy .(11) After three days and nights barricaded into his office, Kristall's managing director was exhausted and just a little tetchy .(12) My wife says I have been known to spend hours completely incommunicado; and I admit I do get tetchy if I'm disturbed.(13) In the north, the Gauls are threatening, the Greeks are grumbling to the east, and Rome's biggest threat, the Carthaginians, are growing tetchy to the south.(14) At times the game got a little tetchy but the official simply spoke in a stern fashion to the players rather than displaying cards left right and centre.(15) The foreground music (it was too loud to be described as ├ö├ç├┐background music├ö├ç├û) irritated us just that little bit to the point it makes a calm chap feel tetchy .(16) After a difficult two months, blighted by injuries to her back and thigh, the tall Californian has looked tetchy and out of sorts this week.
1. nettlesome ::
2. peevish ::
3. cranky ::
4. irritable ::
5. scratchy ::
6. petulant ::
7. fractious ::
8. pettish ::
9. techy ::
10. testy ::
11. peckish ::
Different Formstetchily, tetchy
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