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annoyed


  2  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Annoy  \An*noy"\  ([a^]n*noi"),  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Annoyed} 
  ([a^]n*noid");  p.  pr  &  vb  n.  {Annoying}.]  [OE.  anoien 
  anuien  OF  anoier  anuier  F.  ennuyer  fr  OF  anoi,  anui, 
  enui,  annoyance,  vexation,  F.  ennui.  See  {Annoy},  n.] 
  To  disturb  or  irritate,  especially  by  continued  or  repeated 
  acts  to  tease;  to  ruffle  in  mind;  to  vex;  as  I  was  annoyed 
  by  his  remarks. 
 
  Say  what  can  more  our  tortured  souls  annoy  Than  to 
  behold,  admire,  and  lose  our  joy?  --Prior. 
 
  2.  To  molest,  incommode,  or  harm;  as  to  annoy  an  army  by 
  impeding  its  march,  or  by  a  cannonade. 
 
  Syn:  To  molest;  vex;  trouble;  pester;  embarrass;  perplex; 
  tease. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  annoyed 
  adj  1:  aroused  to  impatience  or  anger;  "made  an  irritated  gesture"; 
  "feeling  nettled  from  the  constant  teasing";  "peeved 
  about  being  left  out";  "felt  really  pissed  at  her 
  snootiness";  "riled  no  end  by  his  lies";  "roiled  by 
  the  delay"  [syn:  {irritated},  {nettled},  {peeved},  {pissed}, 
  {riled},  {roiled},  {stung}] 
  2:  troubled  persistently  especially  with  petty  annoyances; 
  "harassed  working  mothers";  "a  harried  expression";  "her 
  poor  pestered  father  had  to  endure  her  constant 
  interruptions";  "the  vexed  parents  of  an  unruly  teenager" 
  [syn:  {harassed},  {harried},  {pestered},  {vexed}] 




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