Being out of sorts - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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be out of sorts
To be in an irritable, grouchy, or unhappy mood; to feel unwell, displeased, or in poor spirits. I think something is bugging John because he's been rather out of sorts lately. I think you should get to bed earlier because you're always so out of sorts in the morning.
be, feel, etc. out of ˈsorts (especially British English) be, feel, etc. ill or bad-tempered: I was out of sorts for a couple of weeks after I came out of hospital. ♢ What’s the matter with Jane? She looks rather out of sorts today. OPPOSITE: in fine/good fettle