Words and Phrases
temper's aisy riz

“temper's aisy riz”

Meaning:

easily provoked

In Literature:

Excerpt from Me an' Me Da by William Forbes Marshall

Consarnin’ weemin, sure it wos
a constant word of his,
‘Keep far away from them that’s thin,
their temper’s aisy riz.’


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