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cantankerous
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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tending to be grumpy, argumentative, and uncooperative
  • "She was conscious to the last, almost. Conscious," he smiled, "and cantankerous."
    p. 148.6
cantankerous = tending to be grumpy, argumentative, and uncooperative
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