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  • Irritation is an exertion or change of some extreme part of the sensorium residing in the muscles or organs of sense in consequence of the appulses of external bodies.

    Canto III

  • Irritation is an exertion or change of some extreme part of the sensorium residing in the muscles or organs of sense, in consequence of the appulses of external bodies.

    Note II

  • Irritation flickered in Ruth just like the flame on the hearth.

    The Bread of Ruth’s Unhappiness « A Fly in Amber

  • Irritation crept over me, and I wanted to strike out at Miriam, to hurt her somehow.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • Irritation and itching are the body's allergic reaction to the protein secreted from the female mosquito when it bites.

    Attack of the Urban Mosquitoes

  • Irritation crept over me, and I wanted to strike out at Miriam, to hurt her somehow.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • Irritation and anger—any emotion—always seemed muted when filtered through Chinese plastic and metal but there was no mistaking his mood.

    Edge

  • Irritation welled up in Aphrodite as she shook out the chiton and saw how wrinkled it was.

    Aphrodite the Beauty

  • Unhealthy emotions to work with page 171: Irritation 187, Frustration 181, Worry 197, Stress 194

    The Secret Language of Your Body

  • Irritation flickered through his eyes, followed just as quickly by interest.

    Much Ado About Marriage

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