irritable in Roemeens
The nights were as tiresome as the days. His disposition became more and more irritable.
The count had begun to feel very ill prepared. He had become very irritable.
I am irritable, and out of temper.
Her husband's quarrelsomeness, his irritable character and his masterful will all sank into insignificance when she thought of his unvarying fidelity. In so many years of married life, nothing!
I am tired and irritable during the night.
I am feeling tired and irritable.
I feel myself tired and irritable.
I felt tired and irritable every day.
I am tired and irritable.
I will feel tired and irritable on Sunday morning.
easily irritated or annoyed: peckish, nettlesome, testy, tetchy, petulant, cranky, techy, ill-natured, fractious, scratchy, pettish, peevish
capable of responding to stimuli: excitable, sensitive
abnormally sensitive to a stimulus: sensitive