use tetchy in a sentence.
The narrative now is that he is getting "tetchy" about the stupid questions the media keep asking.
I just have to hope that this kind of tetchy judicial questioning is the way they push the lawyers to make their best case.
I guess "tetchy" came in when they completely revised it.
MPA member Jenny Jones accused Mr Yates of being "tetchy" with the MPA when the issue was last discussed.
He sits up in Connecticut, splendidly isolated, working day and night, a lonely and rather tetchy old man.