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Primary Base *

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caeleb* Celibacy Abstinence from marriage.
kunth* Courtesy Positive sociality.
rud* Discourtesy Negative sociality.
* Divorce Forecful end to or dissolution of marriage. Social disjunction.
* Endearment Expression of friendship or love.
odj* Enmity Moderate negative sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
* Favorite
fred* Friendship Moderate positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
mis* Hate Strong negative sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
* Irascibility
* Love Positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
qam* Marriage Social junction.
* Outrage Expression of enmity, hate, or resentment.
ir* Resentment
socew* Seclusion Lack of sociality.
soc* Sociality
* Sullenness
* Welcome Extension of sociality.
vidw* Widowhood End of one's marriage due to death of partner. Incidental or accidental social disjunction.

Notes

Irascibility synonyms

Irascibleness, temper; crossness &c. adj.; susceptibility, procacity [rare], petulance, irritability, tartness, acerbity, acrimony, asperity, protervity [rare]; huff (resentment) [See Resentment]; a word and a blow; pugnacity (contentiousness) [See Contention]; excitability [See Excitability]; bad -, fiery -, crooked -, irritable &c. adj.- temper; genus irritabile [L.], hot blood.
ill humor (sullenness) [See Irascibility]; churlishness (discourtesy) [See Discourtesy].
Sir Fretful Plagiary; brabbler, Tartar; shrew, vixen, virago, termagant, dragon, scold, Xanthippe or Xantippe, Kate the Shrew; porcupine; spitfire; fire eater (blusterer) [See Blusterer]; fury &c. (violent person) [See Violence].

VERB: BE IRASCIBLE &c. adj.; have a temper &c. n., have a devil in one, be possessed of the devil, have the temper of a fiend; brabble [archaic or dial.]; fire up &c. (be angry) [See Resentment].

ADJECTIVE: IRASCIBLE, bad-tempered, ill-tempered, irritable, susceptible; excitable [See Excitability]; thin-skinned (sensitive) [See Sensibility]; fretful, fidgety; on the fret.
hasty, overhasty, quick, warm, hot, testy, touchy, techy or tetchy; like -touchwood, - tinder, - a barrel of gunpowder; huffy, pettish, petulant, querulous, captious, moody, moodish; fractious, peevish, acariâtre [F.].
QUARRELSOME, contentious, disputatious; pugnacious (bellicose) [See Contention]; cantankerous [colloq.], exceptious [rare], cross-grained; waspish, snappish, peppery, fiery, passionate, choleric, shrewish, “sudden and quick in quarrel” [As You Like It]; restive (perverse) [See Irascibility]a; churlish (discourteous) [See Discourtesy]; cross, - as -crabs, - a bear with a sore head, - a cat, - a dog, - two sticks, - the tongs [all colloq.]; sore, sore as a crab [colloq.].
in a bad temper; sulky [See Irascibility]a; angry [See Resentment]; resentful, resentive; vindictive [See Revenge].