As played by Jessalyn Gilsig, Terri is “the shrewish, nagging wife from hell,” as Maureen Ryan of the Chicago Tribune wrote.
The man went, and, in a matter-of-fact way, tied up the shrewish beauty.
But that same reseit, iff your Honner so please, to cure a shrewish wife.
She is described as being without beauty and portion, and, worse still, she was of a shrewish temper.
A lackey—That is Jeppe on the Hill, who has the shrewish wife.
Even the forewoman, who was thin-lipped and shrewish, seemed a little afraid of her.
Show her the curse of a shrewish temper, and the blessing of cheerfulness.
His wife, a shrewish little woman with a snappy manner, bridled up indignantly.
Just now, a coating of lather covered his shrewish underjaw.
His nerves gave a sudden thrill as a shrewish voice from an adjacent room, squealed out, "Are you there, Pether?"