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1, Sebastian was a sickly, peevish child.
2, A peevish child is unhappy and makes others unhappy.
3, She glared down at me with a peevish expression on her face.
4, The kids were peevish after so long in the car.
5, The whole team was peevish after losing the game.
6, All this makes Stephen fretful and peevish as well it might.
7, She had introduced herself in rather a peevish voice as Gladys someone-or-other.
8, They were opionative, peevish, covetous, porase, vain, talkative.
9, Sneezes at evening, poking the peevish gutter.
10, We don't want to live with peevish person.
11, I have a peevish brother.
12, She was peevish when she said that.
13, She reported him to be an ailing, peevish creature.
14, Unreasonably irritable or ill - tempered; peevish.
15, Not to be peevish, or morose, or suspicious.
16, The child is never peevish unless sick.
17, Come over, you peevish girl! " said my husband walking out into the yard with a blow dryer."
18, He has grown peevish and fallen off from what he used to be.
19, They were not only opinionative, peevish, covetous, morose, vain, talkative, but incapable of friendship, and dead to all natural affection, which never descended below their grandchildren.
20, Injustice had made her peevish , and misery had made her ugly.
21, After peevish years cast as China's underperforming neighbour,(http://sentencedict.com/peevish.html) the huntress is now in hot pursuit.
22, They were peevish , crusty, silent, eying nothing in particular and moving their feet.
23, Aubrey had slept little and that always made him peevish.
24, Why must you be so tight and controlled and peevish about riding in a taxi or getting mugged or something?
25, When he tries to sound fiercer he sometimes sounds peevish or wheedling.
26, But a week before the examination he became restless and peevish.
27, Prithee , darlingmost! - court me rather than the peevish prolix.
28, "Zizz, Wizz, Wizzz! " replied Babbitty Bumble in a peevish squeak. She sidled down a passage, and disappeared into a storeroom which had been used for acorns.