elizabeth (rainbow_yarn) wrote in 1word1day,
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ornery [AWR-nuh-ree]

adjective
1. ugly and unpleasant in disposition or temper
2. stubborn
3. low or vile
4. inferior or common; ordinary

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/ornery


I am the orneriest person you could ever meet when I wake up in the morning.


And for missing last week:

acerbic [uh-SUR-bik]

adjective
1. sour or astringent in taste
2. harsh or severe, as of temper or expression

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/acerbic


Again, my mood in the morning is more acerbic than a truckload of overripe limes.


My apologies for the similarities in words and lack of imagination in sentences.
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