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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of annoy.
- adj. Troubled, irritated by something unwanted or unliked; vexed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. aroused to impatience or anger.
- adj. troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances
- adj. aroused to impatience or anger
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The sexual connotations of the word annoyed me because sex, as much as I might enjoy it, has nothing to do with how I skate.
Last week, Mr. Surkov said that Russia needed a liberal party to represent the views of what he called the "annoyed urban communities."
In a word, Couric just asked the questions, Palin annoyed ALL of us. gl, From Pittsburgh
The Obama administration is no more willing to speak to Israel without preconditions than it is Iran, and our self-assumed King is just plain annoyed that they would treat him as a strategic partner — perhaps even a wayward and/or inept one — and not as their master.
Fuckin 'annoyed that I missed your reading, I heard all about it after.
Mood index: annoyed from the Doonesbury page at Slate:
For some reason his use of the Chinese version of the name annoyed me, though I did it often myself.
The alteration of her name annoyed Katharine, and she observed, rather sharply, that she didn't want to marry any one.
The Milvian bridge, which they had broken, is restored and fortified for your safe passage; and your army may enter the city without being annoyed from the castle of St. Angelo.
• just plain annoyed that even this space, created and maintained with such effort and sacrifice, can also be coopted by a privilege that doesn't (usually) offer a worthwhile recompense;