- n. Plural form of irritant.
“Add your fragrance or essential oil (remember, no Peppermint or Spearmint or skin irritants like Clove or Cinnamon essential oil).”
“The Republicans are very good at removing irritants from the public view when they realize it is impacting their agenda.”
“Although I receive complaints about problems that can be life-changing, the overwhelming majority of requests from the past four years when I began this column Aug. 31, 2005, could safely be classified as "irritants" -- seemingly small problems that fester and eventually consume our lives.”
“Co-op mode is marred by minor irritants, which is a shame given its ability to help you seem slightly less alone on a mostly brain-hungry Banoi Island.”
“The burning Magnesium (at 5000 degrees Fahrenheit), also creates a family of alkali dusts and grits, which could be considered 'irritants', in that they dissolve skin on contact.”
“He started by ticking off a long list of "irritants," ending with the ramming of a Russian submarine by a U.S. sub.”
“The problem is, these ignition systems are particularly sensitive to "irritants" such as dust and, in my basement which suffers from perennial dampness, corrosion.”
“Grey was charged with interference, disturbing the peace and possession of "irritants" in public.”
“He believes in the ability and the will of both governments to combine the need for business and the duty to provide security, and he is not concerned about the "irritants" between the two countries.”
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