Vest-Pocket Vocabulary

Querimo’nious, a. complaining.

Word in the Wild: By shutting himself in his basement office every morning to write querimonious letters to the editor, Gregor purged himself of invective and was able to spend his afternoons playing sunnily with his grandchildren.

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