George, 1754–1832, English poet.
George. 1754–1832, English narrative poet, noted for his depiction of impoverished rural life in The Village (1783) and The Borough (1810)
[krab-id] /ˈkræb ɪd/ adjective 1. grouchy; ill-natured; irritable; churlish. 2. perverse; contrary; obstinate. 3. hard to understand; intricate and obscure. 4. difficult to read or decipher, as handwriting. [krab] /kræb/ noun 1. any decapod crustacean of the suborder Brachyura, having the eyes on short stalks and a short, broad, more or less flattened body, the […]
[krab-er] /ˈkræb ər/ noun 1. a person who catches . 2. a boat used in catching . /ˈkræbə/ noun 1. a crab fisherman 2. a boat used for crab-fishing
[krab-er] /ˈkræb ər/ noun 1. a person who catches . 2. a boat used in catching . [krab] /kræb/ noun 1. Informal. an ill-tempered or grouchy person. verb (used without object), crabbed, crabbing. 2. Informal. to find fault; complain. 3. (of hawks) to claw each other. verb (used with object), crabbed, crabbing. 4. Informal. to […]
[krab-ee] /ˈkræb i/ adjective, crabbier, crabbiest. 1. Informal. grouchy; ill-natured; irritable; peevish. /ˈkræbɪ/ adjective -bier, -biest 1. bad-tempered adj. 1520s, in now-obsolete sense “crooked, gnarled, rough,” from extended sense of crab (n.1) + -y (2). Meaning “disagreeable, sour, peevish” is attested from 1776, American English. Both senses were found earlier in crabbed.