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narky

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Pronunciation: /ˈnɑːki
 
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Definition of narky in English:

adjective (narkier, narkiest)

British informal
Bad-tempered or irritable: she got narky with this bumptious little prat giving her lectures
More example sentences
  • Already I find it enormously liberating - I don't even feel narky or irritable.
  • I'm quite vocal on the pitch, and sometimes I can get a little bit narky with people, but it's all forgotten when the game's finished.
  • I'm narky because I know that at some point on the journey I'm going to drop the box or the box is going to break and my lovely candles will be ruined.

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