querulousness

NOUN
  1. the quality of being given to complaining
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How To Use querulousness In A Sentence

  • Hence they are querulous, and not disposed to jesting or laughter-the love of laughter being the very opposite of querulousness. Rhetoric
  • We studiously avoided that tone of spoiled and bored querulousness for which colonials were infamous.
  • Nothing is more predictable than the behaviour of the drinking alcoholic - the querulousness, the delusions, the remorse, the dreams that are talked about so often and acted upon so rarely.
  • I wanted to sound smart in the title of this post so I visited thesaurus. com synonyms for the word "jealousy" and "querulousness" caught my eye. Giulia Rozzi: The Word is Querulousness. That's Querulousness
  • •This postwar (or post-postwar) querulousness is just a blip for the president, and, as so often before, the Bush political and communications experts will make the necessary adjustments (or do the requisite bullying) and, with relative media quiescence, charge on. Hullabaloo
  • There is no reason whatever to suppose that the judge's querulousness with counsel has become an inability impartially to assess the case.
  • But I will not trouble the workers with the querulousness of old age. The Duke's Children
  • This flow of quotation and hospitality in Wegg indicated his observation of some little querulousness on the part of Venus. Our Mutual Friend
  • No wonder that the British have changed in character, their sturdy independence replaced with passivity, querulousness, or even, at the lower reaches of society, a sullen resentment that not enough has been or is being done for them.
  • Querulousness, arrogance and an erratic streak alienated even his closest supporters, dooming his place in history.
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