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querulous
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The Age of Innocence
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  • He had found the old lady depressed and querulous.
  • She gave another chuckle, and interrupted it to say almost querulously: "It’s a pity she didn’t marry you; I always told her so.

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  • He said it in a slightly querulous tone.
  • The child is spoiled and a bit querulous.

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