Did you mayhaps mean brackish?
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“I know it's kind of prickish, but when I encounter a Trekkie, or Trekker or whatever they call themselves, I intentionally refer to the show as "Star Track.”
“If I go all frowny and tell you, "Dude, you can't just do Y like that; it's recognised as bad form to the extent that it's written into the law," a response of "No, it's not; it's a legal grey area and you have no right to expect that of me," is kinda prickish again.”
“Asking Gadget to investigate MPs and then castigating him for not doing so (or not responding) is prickish.”
“I'm hesitant to post this since i did chuckle at this, but what the hell, I feel prickish tonight. 1999 called and it wants its matrix parodies back.”
“I'm sure a lot of American icons were, in person, rather prickish.”
“Equally, if a bloke ticked all the sexual-desirability boxes - but wasn't at all prickish - he'd have an even longer queue of adoring women outside his house than his uber-prick-issimo twin.”
“I have to say, though I do not doubt Naomi Wolf's allegations against the horrifically egotistical and prickish Harold Bloom, this cracked me up when I first read it, and it still inspires bitter humor.”
“My impulse is to throw something messy at their windows, because I have prickish impulses that must constantly be suppressed.”
“Anthony Cortese played the prickish Jordan well also.”
“Well played by Goodrich, though a certifiably prickish move.”
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