Definition Of truculental
eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively defiant.
his days of truculent defiance were over
Example Of truculental
Admittedly it was mid-afternoon when I saw the film at the town's cinema: an evening audience might perhaps have been a touch more truculent .
And yet, were it not for those social and masculine pressures, it is difficult to imagine that women would make some of the ‘personal’ choices they now truculently defend.
Anyway,’ she continued truculently , ‘it is not even your money.’
‘He was a truculent and feisty character who you couldn't fail to admire and I believe those wartime experiences took a toll on his health in later years,’ he said.
Bill adds, truculently : ‘All that stuff happened about two or three weeks before it opened and then we never heard another whisper out of them.’