- v. Simple past tense and past participle of piss off.
- adj. aroused to impatience or anger
““I bet she’s even more pissed off about people knowing that than she is about missing a legover with the fabulous Finlayson.””
“But it was also about getting in Rashad’s head and getting him pissed off and out of his fight plan.”
“No matter how much he pissed off some of the gangsters, the ones brave enough to have a go at him also had to consider how many other hardcases thought he was a great guy, and might therefore be inclined to avenge any assault.”
““I’m gonna ask you again, homey,” Lil Moe said, moving in on Warrick, the dealer’s face contorted, waving his hand like a pissed off rapper.”
“And being Hell," continued Vanni Fucci, "the pieces, my pieces, don't die, they just reassemble — which is the most painful part, let me tell you — and then, when I'm back together, the unfairness of it all gets me so pissed off that ... well, you can guess ...”
“I smelled a disaster, and that is good for a non-involved, eternally pissed off sixteen-year-old.”
“There were two Republican incumbent candidates, assemblymen Steve Corodemus and Tom Smith, and their ’91 victory was considered a fluke, a purely symbolic message to Florio by the district’s registered Democrats that they were pissed off at his tax hike.”
“The atmosphere's bad: employees're stampeding out the door, management's pissed off at the board, the board's lost all confidence in management.”
“I was hoping he really was dead, and not one of the nosferatu, because then he might be pissed off when he rose.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘pissed off’.
All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Awesome Phrases anyone can add
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