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Things peevishness often describes (“peevishness ________”)
produce, covers, extreme

Descriptive words:
certain, mere, little, own, much, natural, slight, rare, whimsical, habitual, perpetual, natured, idle, childish, settled, momentary, more, renewed, sudden, unchristian, gloomy, irritable, simple, exacting, occasional, boisterous, inconsequential, immovable, inward, petty, fretful, scornful, irish, plaguey, sickly, sheer, mock, elderly, chronic, invalid, unnatural, increased, restless, complaisant, cynic, comic, obvious, constant, baneful, wayward, unwarranted, wonted, womanish, froward, unusual, quick, weak, stony, aged, feeble, goodnatured, usual, excessive, unhappy, contemptible, apathetic, irresponsible, satirical, former, meticulous, characteristic, extended, temporary, incidental, feigned, pleasant, galling, equal, unmistakable, gentle, morbid, unpardonable, mean, perverse, silent, feebleminded, resentful, carnal, eternal, concealed, sullen

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