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use "peevish" in a sentence

Only, if this -be so, let us hear no more factious, peevish complaints that you are kept in leading strings and treated like children, for you will have proved yourself such.

And peevish winds ran cutting o'er the sea, Which at its best looked dark and slatily.

Saint I's peerless Sword with the aid of Jester, an aide of Frost.

At around 10:30 a.m. on St. Valentine's Day, four men arrived at the warehouse in two cars: a Cadillac sedan and a peerless, both outfitted to look like detective sedans.

But Losman rallied Buffalo, finding peerless Price and Lee Evans on long completions before running the ball into the end zone from 12 yards out on a scramble to cut the Jets' lead to 28-20.

A seventh at Lime Rock and Mid-Ohio would be followed by a third at Watkins Glen, tenth at Road America, and finally ninth at Sears Point before the Hendrick team would be joined by the new peerless Racing squad, using the newest Corvette GTP chassis.

A peerless swordsman, it is said he once slew a storm giant singlehandedly.

When Nai Mea were reading from the Book of Prophecy, Ogre was listed as With peerless superhuman strength, the horned helmet Ogre.

"Valley" was dropped from the title and an electric motor was hooked up to the 13x19 peerless Press, taking advantage of the electrification of the town.

peerless would take a fourth place at Columbus, followed closely behind by Hendrick in fifth.

Ryan theorized that to beat the skilful Parramatta Eels team, with their peerless backline, his team would need to outmuscle them.

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