How to use Stroppy in a sentence

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  • It's no wonder that the kids grow up abusive, stroppy, slow learners, and disrespectful of authority!

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  • A loose collective of unpaid, unloved contributors led by stroppy social misfit Lester Haines.

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  • Unfortunately Morphy didn't think so, and he got quite stroppy as we took a stranglehold of the Universe.

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  • He argued that Timothy needed some ammunition in dealing with some very stroppy people in the church at Ephesus.

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  • Why Dee fans should be so stroppy with each other I have no idea.

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  • He gets really stroppy if you don't feed him.

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  • In Press Gang, a young Julia Sawalha played Lynda Day, the assertive, yet slightly stroppy editor of the Junior Gazette.

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  • I am told five year olds can get a bit stroppy.

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  • Now don't get stroppy, I'm finished.

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  • Unfortunately Morphy did n't think so, and he got quite stroppy as we took a stranglehold of the Universe.

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  • He gets really stroppy if you do n't feed him.

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  • I suspect largely because it is young and different, and behaves a bit like a stroppy teenager at times.

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  • As a stroppy, anarchic young woman I rebelled against the whole nuclear family with 2.4 children thing.

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  • It gives purpose to everything from dealing with a stroppy customer to feeding a baby in the middle of the night.

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  • The staff at Well Stacked Pizza are not the kind to take stroppy behavior from customers.

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  • Now do n't get stroppy, I 'm finished.

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