Fractious sentence example

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  • For some unaccountable reason they had suddenly decided to become fractious.
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  • I repeat this the other way as it is more convenient for all, particularly fractious kids!
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  • Indeed, the game proved equally as fractious as Saturday's.
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  • From 212, free subjects empire-wide were able to be Roman citizens, and the provinces grew more fractious.
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  • The usually fractious oppositions have to be united behind a single candidate if there is to be any chance of unseating the regime.
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  • We both got a little fractious during this escapade, however, and I decided we should call it a night.
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  • I didn't realize things could get so apparently fractious so quickly.
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  • Differences Feel that things are getting a bit fractious?
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  • Second half goal from Tony & Harvey finished off an increasingly fractious game, the students evidently not being used to losing.
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  • It is also critical to cementing a potentially fractious executive, with four parties thrown together in involuntary coalition.
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  • Brookfield is in a bit of a pickle, everyone's late and rushed and generally fractious.
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  • It was a harsh period for Greenlee as her fractious and oftentimes abrasive personality became even more difficult.
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