One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He was a crabbedly honest old fellow, and a very skilful hunter.’
- ‘We thought that would be a better way to ring in the season than, say, crabbedly poking at a deck, angry and alone.’
- ‘That is why the young are fiery and righteous, and the old crabbedly mutter that there is no new thing under the sun.’
- ‘The uncertainty led to unpredictable twists in his character, making him by turns free-hearted and crabbedly vindictive.’
- ‘In the end, however, such crabbedly utilitarian arguments simply fail to understand the historic significance of the parliament.’
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