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Synonyms for peeve

Words related to peeve

an annoyed or irritated mood

cause to be annoyed, irritated, or resentful

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Every weekday during the campaign, TransLink's Facebook fans voted on which pet peeve they thought was the bigger faux pas.
It is a peeve, but one worth dealing with for the potential snide comeback opportunity.
After that, "pet peeve parity" kicks in as roughly one in ten workers named the following as their top time management frustration:
cc/xrka3j, is open to all travelers and asks participants to rank their hotel-related peeves from a list of "popular peeves" documented by research conducted over the past five years.
The top three pet peeves found in the workplace (among those who have a biggest pet peeve) are gossip (60 percent), others' poor time management skills (54 percent) and messiness in communal spaces (45 percent).
My second pet peeve, is when things are not returned to the place they came from.
This is sports in the new century and my latest pet peeve.
10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- To coincide with National Pet Peeve Week, which is observed annually during the second week of October, Zoosk, the social dating network, recently surveyed more than 1,500 of its members in the U.
Louis, Missouri, recently conducted a survey to update the biggest telephone pet peeve of the American public.
Many women also listed "football overkill" as their top pet peeve during the holiday season with football games aired all day on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
My pet peeve these days is salads on smallish plates that spill over too easily when you try to spread a bit of dressing around or happen to accidentally or purposefully touch anything on the salad.
37 percent cited public reprimands as a big pet peeve.
1 bathroom-related pet peeve of newlyweds (those married for two years or less) is "leaves dirty clothes on the floor," according to a recent study of 253 newlyweds (125 women/128 men) conducted on behalf of Roto-Rooter Plumbing and Drain Service.