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A reference to being easily angered or irritated; peevish; bad-tempered; bad feelings, a gloomy disposition, or a negative mood. (1)
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atrabilious (adjective), more atrabilious, most atrabilious
1. Relating to bad feelings, a gloomy disposition, or a negative mood; being irritable as if suffering from indigestion which results in having an irritable and unpleasant attitude about life: Is it possible that there are so many more atrabilious people in the world because they listen to too much news on TV, the radio, and in newspapers?
2. Characterized by being easily angered or irritated; peevish; bad-tempered: Peter's father lost his job because of the bad economy and, as a result, he has an atrabilious attitude about life in general.
A tendency to be gloomy and having a peevish disposition.
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