arsey

Derived from arse, the British spelling of ass.
Describes someone behaving negatively in an angry or agressive manner.

1. on't get arsey with me.

2. Isuggested doing xyz and she got all arsey about it.


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  • arsey — adjective unpleasant, especially in a sarcastic, grumpy or haughty manner. Work experience as an arsey teenager is pretty straightforward: disappear into the storeroom, smoke a few cigarettes, text your mates and watch the minute hand tick slowly …   Wiktionary

  • Arsey — This ancient and distinguished surname, recorded as D arcy, Darcy, Dorcey, Dorcy, Dorsey, D orsay, Orsay, and Orsi, is usually of French locational origins, although Irish names may have a different root. The French forms originate from either… …   Surnames reference

  • Arsey — lucky …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • arsey — Australian Slang lucky …   English dialects glossary

  • arsey — adj British truculent, aggressive, bumptious. A vogue term among young people since the late 1990s, also heard on US cam puses since 2000 …   Contemporary slang

  • arsey — adj. (English Slang) moody, depressed, grumpy, in a bad mood; affected by sharp mood swings …   English contemporary dictionary

  • arsey — adjective Brit. informal bad tempered or uncooperative …   English new terms dictionary

  • arsey — Adj. Moody …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • arsey — arsˈey or arsˈy adjective 1. Irritable, bad tempered, argumentative 2. Lucky (Aust) • • • Main Entry: ↑arse …   Useful english dictionary

  • arsey em pee — Canadian Slang [R C M P] Royal Canadian Mounted Police who wear red uniforms and ride on horseys I work in the arsey em pee …   English dialects glossary

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