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petulant
used in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

2 uses
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Definition
unreasonably annoyed or upset

or:

easily annoyed or upset
  • HONEY (Petulantly): No! If I can't do my interpretive dance, I don't want to dance with anyone.
    2 — Act 2 (49% in)
petulantly = with unreasonable upset
  • HONEY: (Petulance creeping in) It will steady me, dear.
    2 — Act 2 (42% in)

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