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- adj. Angry; irritable; passionate; irascible; choleric.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Irascible; choleric.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Angry; irritable; passionate.
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And the '"steal Injun hoss!" iterated and reiterated by a dozen voices, and always with the most iracund emphasis, enabled Roland to form a proper conception of the sense in which his enemies held that offence, as well as of the great merits and wide-spread fame of his new ally, whose mere voice had thrown the red-men into such a ferment.
"I thought you were in it," replied the mayor, turning very red in the face, for he had heard of Mr. Pullwool as the leader of said ring; and being an iracund man, he was ready to knock his head off.
"By heavens!" exclaimed the iracund mayor, turning red again.
Watson's interests, was (if my childish remembrances do not greatly mislead me) the iracund Lord Thurlow.