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truculent

view main entry for truculentadjective formal  /ˈtrʌkjʊlənt/
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truculence

noun [uncountable]

truculently

adverb
truculently adverbWords used to describe people who are quick to argue: argumentative, contrary, combative, confrontational, quarrelsome, cantankerous, contentious, volatile, truculent, pugnaciousWords used to describe someone who is easily annoyed or difficult to please: bad-tempered, irritable, moody, touchy, short-tempered, sensitive, temperamental, fractious, hot-tempered, irascible

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