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How to use crankiness in a sentence

Looking for sentences and phrases with the word crankiness? Here are some examples.

Sentence Examples
Mostly there's sweat and crankiness and small yappy dogs getting under my feet.
But the A9 was choked with roadworks and elderly Germans in caravans, causing much crankiness and scoffing of chocolate digestives.
As a person ages, the signs of depression are much more likely to be dismissed as crankiness or grumpiness.
If you cut back, your body shows signs of caffeine withdrawal, like headaches, crankiness and sleepiness.
The fact that she knows hormones are causing her temporary crankiness doesn't make the feelings any less real, so cut her some slack.
These threats have all the vindictiveness and crankiness of hate mail, and they had their effect.
And yet she couldn't remember one time when he had aimed that crankiness or meanness at her.
It's as silly to deplore nasty criticism as it is to deplore snark or wit or sarcasm or just plain crankiness.
Yeah, I think that most people have moments of total crankiness.
She had her moments of surpassing crankiness today, but that's normal.
Nursing helped to assuage injuries, fatigue, crankiness, and even sickness.
Make note of the incoherent speech, grammatical errors, cutesy nicknames with reporters, and crankiness from the president and obsequiousness from the press.
It's possible that my crankiness derives from having watched so many recent, better crime series, telling similar stories, in far more original ways.
The duo's unscripted banter during the opening chat sequence was a highlight of the show, and Philbin became noted for his comical complaining and crankiness.
The result is a reduction in the negative effects brought on by a lack of quality rest, which include morning crankiness, tiredness and stiffness, as well as aching joints and muscles.
I had to stop this crankiness before it got out of hand.
The Anglican ethos rests on an unspoken consensus, a tacit understanding that all manner of crankiness and eccentricity can be tolerated as long as the family somehow stays intact.
We prefer to think of a city where long lines and simmering vats of rudeness, inefficiency, crankiness, and distractedness have suddenly been zapped away.
It's possible for a production to make this couple unconventional to the point of crankiness, but there's nothing too eccentrically misfit about Best and Edwards.
One doesn't go to his pictures for crankiness or pushiness or ardor.
Examples from Classical Literature
There is no better ballast for keeping the mind steady on its keel, and saving it from all risk of crankiness, than business.
He belonged to C Company, and was a man subject to occasional fits of crankiness.
But the legends to which my poor old uncle's crankiness have given rise really begin to get upon my brain.
Etheringham there swears by it, and he's a pretty good judge, in spite of his crankiness.
Salesmen particularly complained of her crankiness and of the unsatisfactory service they got.
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