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Sentence count:38+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: crankyirritablenettlesomepeckishpeevishpettishpetulantrecalcitrantrefractoryscratchytechytestytetchySimilar words: fractionattractionpractitionerinteractionfracturepracticepracticalhyperactiveMeaning: ['frækʃəs]  adj. 1. stubbornly resistant to authority or control 2. easily irritated or annoyed 3. unpredictably difficult in operation; likely to be troublesome. 
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1. Nancy was in a fractious mood.
2. Children become fractious when they are tired.
3. Children often get fractious and tearful when tired.
4. The six fractious republics are demanding autonomy.
5. I muttered like a fractious housewife.
6. Chopra moved between them, calming their fractious nerves.
7. Maggie grew up in a large, fractious family.
8. The children were predictably fractious.
9. Truth, therefore, is socially fractious, while ignorance is bliss.
10. Habitually fractious, difficult, Andrew is now becoming well-nigh impossible.
11. Republicans have a fractious debate led by pro-choice governors, including California Gov.
12. The opening scenes of this fractious heist movie see him at his most acute.
13. Admittedly, they went to North Carolina as a fractious team with too many cliques.
14. If we get any fractious children we always send for Helen.
15. There were no fractious sects and gangsters to challenge his authority.
16. Imperious, fractious ladies who minced along, holding up their saris.
17. But I must say she's not always as fractious as she appears now.
18. He had worked with the diverse(, fractious Iraqi opposition.
19. Run by fractious triumvirate, it produced some noble plays.
20. Fractious infighting left the cartel in disarray. Prices collapsed.
21. It is still fractious, and in many places corrupt.
22. Things could get more fractious, though.
22. Wish you will love and make progress everyday!
23. Rockets were much too fractious to be tested near thickly populated areas.
24. Voters have tossed out the coalition of young, idealistic, inexperienced and fractious liberal parties that won in 1996.
25. In the 1630s, in particular, he presided over a fractious chapter, divided by personal and some ideological conflict.
26. Disagreements would no longer have to be contained within fractious coalitions.
27. Communists catapulted from 45 to 157 seats in the 450-seat Duma to dominate a fractious chamber divided by eight political parties.
28. Many latter-day Democrats believe that he was uniquely poised to hold together the New Deal's fractious electoral majority.
29. For not long after his return, Midvale-now like a family to him, if sometimes a fractious one-began to unravel.
30. In other times of crisis, the country found a way forward despite the fractious aspects of democracy.
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