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  • adv. In a bothersome way.


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bothersome +‎ -ly


  • Tessa made do with her own new blue and white dress, which was bothersomely too tight in the bosom and too loose in the waist whenever she changed into Camille.

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  • Shale's fiancee and the victim's actor brother are the latest in James' string of bothersomely clever outsiders threatening the uneasy peace by asking disturbingly probing questions.

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  • "It is your duty to give me that, but your previous master indicated that you are bothersomely intelligent-"


  • That is only one of the problems with guns, one must figure out where to keep these bothersomely destructive things.

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  • He seems to have known considerable about the lipomas and advises that they need only be removed in case they become bothersomely large.

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