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- He slammed his fist into the car door, leaving a huge dint that even our old crabby neighbor could see a mile away.
- And I'm sorry, I am just tired and crabby right now.
- I also feel vaguely crabby and irritable right now, and I'm not sure why.
- Honey, look there's that crabby lady on the corner.
- She was often kind of crabby and irritable overseas when she had to travel with him.
- I'm not a perfect mother: I'm crabby and impatient, and I shout a lot.
- My wife is irritable and my daughter is a little crabby about the whole thing, but they understand what I'm doing.
- Maybe that's why I am feeling so crabby this morning.
- Then I had to deal with a crabby two year old who went berserk because I took his coat off.
- Isn't it amazing how crabby some sisters can get in their old age?
- I'm discouraged, I'm tired, I'm crabby, I'm sad, I'm ridiculously disappointed in myself, and I'm scared.
- Mae was surprised to see her, but welcoming in her crabby, grandmotherly sort of way all the same.
- One of the things we had to learn to deal with were crabby, irritable, and imperfect clients.
- He was getting fractious and crabby while I was getting panicky.
- No matter how crabby they get, kids always insist it's nothing sleeping will solve.
- Certainly he irritates her and she is consistently stressed and crabby around him, resenting her wifely role.
- Mary Ellen Flynn is a crabby, old primary teacher about to begin her first position in London.
- I've become more grumpy, bitter, disillusioned, and crabby with each advancing birthday.
- On the other hand, I would be a very crabby person without my comfort latte.
- The princess was hungry, crabby and miserable.