adjective, spleen·i·er, spleen·i·est.
Origin of spleeny
Examples from the Web for spleeny
"I've an idea I'm spleeny," he replied with a ghastly attempt at a smile.
The man who thinks he is dying may be spleeny, but the man who says he is spleeny is, of the two, the one more likely to be dying.
I suppose being shut up in the house with my sprained ankle makes me spleeny.Rodney, the Ranger|John V. Lane
Being in a spleeny and uncomfortable mood to-day, what resource so legitimate as to betake myself to my own family?Julia Ward Howe|Laura E. Richards
He is a spleeny, querulous, joyless fellow, of thin blood and aching liver.