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petulant
used in War and Peace

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Definition
unreasonably annoyed or upset

or:

easily annoyed or upset
  • I won't hear it spoken of," said the princess in the same petulantly playful tone in which she had spoken to Hippolyte in the drawing room and which was so plainly ill-suited to the family circle of which Pierre was almost a member.
    Book One — 1805 (21% in)

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