This brief, innocent encounter was talked up by the waspish gossip columnist Rona Barrett.
But they also reveal a waspish, bitter man frequently disillusioned with film and theatre.
She said, "I think her a sullen girl; she always looks so sour and waspish."
The waspish little mutiny was so amusing that Si had to smile in spite of himself.
It was an unequal fight, for the Tank just ignored that waspish machine-gun fire, and went on its way with only a scratch or two.
One must have the wit 'from such a sharp and waspish word as No to pluck the sting.'
Thus she carried within herself the magic that drew from waspish circumstance its sharpest sting.
Though he is crabbed, too; rather crabbed and waspish, when he i'n't pleased.
They were stung to fury against Spain and against Barneveld by the waspish effusions of the daily press.
When a man is touchy and waspish, he is always looking out for, and catching at, occasions of offence.