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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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in a bad mood - typically unhappy and annoyed
  • "YOU KNOW EVERYTHING YET TO COME!" he screamed at the disgruntled mailman.
    p. 199.9
  • Meany, Jr., and a staff sergeant in his thirties—"A DISGRUNTLED CAREER MAN," according to Owen; but the staff sergeant had an Italian wife whose homemade pasta was "SUCH AN IMPROVEMENT ON HESTER'S THAT IT MAKES THE STAFF SERGEANT OCCASIONALLY WORTH LISTENING TO."
    p. 505.6

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