Mardy



[mahr-dee] /ˈmɑr di/ British Dialect

adjective, mardier, mardiest.
1.
grumpy or moody; sulky:
She’s behaving like a typical mardy teenager, refusing to tell us what’s wrong.
noun
2.
a grumpy mood; a sulk:
He’s a good old chap, but he sometimes comes home in a mardy after stopping at the pub.
/ˈmɑːdɪ/
adjective (dialect)
1.
(of a child) spoilt
2.
irritable

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