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Things petulance often describes (“petulance ________”)

Descriptive words:
childish, own, mere, certain, sudden, much, little, boyish, mock, pretty, natural, more, youthful, momentary, airy, usual, girlish, angry, infantine, occasional, untamable, brutal, slight, ambitious, servile, unusual, trifling, wanton, former, gay, nervous, characteristic, illiberal, unreasonable, childlike, charming, impatient, captious, brisk, foolish, like, overweening, selfish, juvenile, stormy, unrestrained, restless, adolescent, quick, sheer, humorous, presumptuous, aspiring, infantile, affected, feminine, frequent, unnatural, habitual, sullen, irritable, less, attractive, hysterical, playful, brilliant, transient, extreme, sarcastic, puerile, sulky, incomprehensible, proud, provoking, fretful, idle, cowardly, absurd, excusable, surly, frolicsome, passionate, spoilt, vulgar

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