Definitions

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  • adjective Annoyed.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of irk.

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Examples

  • What evil glee I felt when Webber's boneheaded phantom timeout lost the championship game for them … I still chuckle when I see that replay (though of course freaking Carolina getting the title irked too).

    A Sea Of Blue

  • Sorry, your title irked me and all the people who are coming downhard on Pres.

    Give Obama a Chance to Do What?

  • Sorry, your title irked me and all the people who are coming downhard on Pres.

    Give Obama a Chance to Do What?

  • Sorry, your title irked me and all the people who are coming downhard on Pres.

    Give Obama a Chance to Do What?

  • The "title irked me" ... if this isn't a display of just unimaginable superficiality and shallowness of critical thought, than there is none.

    Give Obama a Chance to Do What?

  • The "title irked me" ... if this isn't a display of just unimaginable superficiality and shallowness of critical thought, than there is none.

    Give Obama a Chance to Do What?

  • The "title irked me" ... if this isn't a display of just unimaginable superficiality and shallowness of critical thought, than there is none.

    Give Obama a Chance to Do What?

  • Syracuse took a 47-38 lead into intermission and the teams traded baskets to open the second half before Shumpert was left open at the top of the key and buried a shot that again irked

    NCAA Men's Basketball - Connecticut vs. Syracuse

  • The king eyed Hagen sternly, for his word irked him.

    The Fall of the Niebelungs

  • Only her name irked Susan, and as Susan wrote Clara Colby, "If Catt it must be then I insist, she should keep her own father's name -- Lane -- and not her first husband's name -- Chapman," [404] but the three Cs intrigued Carrie and she continued to be known as Carrie Chapman Catt.

    Susan B. Anthony Rebel, Crusader, Humanitarian

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