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eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively defiant
Brecht, bewildered and unnerved, reacted to this revolt of the masses with a mixture of truculent bluff and sentimental pathos in his private diaries.
echoed GM's truculent stance
Truculent busboys splashed uneaten soup on them as they sped past
They were voluble, excitable, high-spirited, quarrelsome, truculent and aggressive. Not like ‘us’ at all.
In the early 1990s, I made the truculent, unprovable assertion that if Chinese grandmaster Hou Hsiao-hsien were French, he’ d be the darling of Manhattan’s Upper West Side
shambling and slightly truculent
put truculent labor unions in their place
innovation is so widespread and its goodness so seemingly self-evident that questioning it might seem bizarre and truculent, like criticizing beauty, science, or penicillin
He stood in a truculent posture, legs apart
the stark confrontational truculence of each makes them of the moment to me
a very definite tendency to sound truculent because you want no one to think you are soft
Around lights-out, Prisoner 1037 gets a little truculent at the overdone theatrics
I am not of that leftist breed that piously proclaims that everything is open to criticism, and then, when asked to produce three major criticisms of Marx, lapses into truculent silence.