Examples of crabby in a Sentence
She gets crabby if she doesn't get enough sleep.
a crabby old dog who snapped at passersby
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And the crabby snacks (finger food served by Quick’s own mother) offered on game day.
Of course, there’s a classically Jets-y angle to this surprise start: some doomsdayish fans are crabby that the Jets are sabotaging their chances for the top draft pick.
In January, a species of crab was given the name Harryplax severus in honor of Harry T. Conley, the scientist who first discovered the tiny and translucent crab 20 years ago and the Harry Potter antihero (and often crabby professor) Severus Snape.
Gathering around a table to share a meal with friends can turn a crabby mood into a gift to appreciate.
Most questions were met with crabby three- and four-word non-answers.
There was plenty to like and really nothing to irritate a crabby old guy and his friends.
A crabby patient will cheer up, making the patient more cooperative with hospital staff.
This is the beginning of crab season, but don’t be crabby.
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