Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of crabby: more crabby

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But a woman gets tracked down for being a little "crabbier" than she should have been and is threatened with time in PRISON???

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  • Nothing makes baby and ME crabbier than an empty stomach.

    Sarah Maizes: 10 Tips for Being a Happy Mom in 2012

  • Recently, a lot of other people have been mulling about Farmville too, in a crabbier sort of way.

    Farmville = ?

  • Recently, a lot of other people have been mulling about Farmville too, in a crabbier sort of way.

    March 2010

  • Mrs. Kendel seemed crabbier than usual, doling out an essay assignment for us to work on in silence during the class period.

    Flirting with Disaster

  • Mrs. Kendel seemed crabbier than usual, doling out an essay assignment for us to work on in silence during the class period.

    Flirting with Disaster

  • I think we tend to act differently with different people, crabbier with some than others.

    I've Loved You So Long

  • In my life, I never met an unhappier, crabbier, more cantankerous baby girl.

    A Spine-chilling Visit to Dr. Frankengali

  • So yea, yesterday was good; if I hadn't had yesterday, I'd be a much crabbier MissPinkKate today.

    misspinkkate Diary Entry

  • The crabbier I get, the more I want to stuff my face full of candy, which in turn makes me even crabbier, which makes me want candy even more.

    idiot-milk Diary Entry

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