Meaning of irascibility in English:


Pronunciation /ɪrasɪˈbɪlɪti/

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‘She is at once an intellectual giant, the personification of hostile irascibility, and a kind and gentle great-grandmother.’
  • ‘Wendy is more pragmatic, gently chiding staff who do not serve customers quickly enough, and acting as an emollient to those whose egos have been bruised by her father's irascibility.’
  • ‘The only noticeable change was in his growing irascibility with the passing years.’
  • ‘The nastiness of these exchanges can be partially explained by the irascibility of some of the personalities involved, but it also reflected fundamental disagreements about methods and goals.’
  • ‘The chairman has built a hugely effective public persona built on irascibility.’