bristly

[adj] - very irritable
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Bristly

• (a.) Thick set with bristles, or with hairs resembling bristles; rough.
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bristly

prickly adjective very irritable; `bristly exchanges between the White House and the press`; `he became prickly and spiteful`; `witty and waspish about his colleagues`
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Bristly

Bris'tly adjective Thick set with bristles, or with hairs resembling bristles; rough. « The leaves of the black mulberry are somewhat bristly . Bacon. »
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Bristly

Bearing stiff strong hairs or bristles.
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bristly

With stiff hairs or bristles.
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