2 : to annoy
continually or again and again She was nagged by a toothache.
CONGESTION: One of many factors which annoy
motorists Picture: Rob Norman
com could become subject to criminal penalties where it knows that persons use its facilities to send emails that could be deemed to have been sent with an intent to annoy
That set off a spate of stories about a bitter feud between Hedrick and Davis when, in fact, Hedrick seems to annoy
all sorts of people in the sport.
But she promises: "I shall go to ground and annoy
everyone by emerging thinner, sexier and mentally cleansed.
So "bestest friend" Kirsty Gill decided to send in this snap just to annoy
And an 8-year-old girl promises not to annoy
Highlights: Complaining about obscene stuffed animals; a hotel concierge annoys
a patron who shares his religious beliefs with him; Kimmel even recruits his daughter to annoy
a professional tutor.
And he was left shaking when film director Tim Burton asked the lion's keeper to annoy
it and make it roar.
Since I haven't upset any USC fans lately with my top-25 ballot, perhaps it's time to annoy
them again by examining the Trojans' beef about the BCS rankings.
THE British Council deserve no thanks at all for publishing tips on how to annoy
Satellite operator Astra also found that while most men claim to rule the remote, they annoy
their wives by only staying on each channel for two seconds.
The game's space combat will annoy
the experienced game pilots and practically shut out new gamers willing to try out the genre for themselves.
Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, the District Court lifted the gag order, an action that enables ApolloMedia, the publisher of the annoy
and the way you annoy
the person in the next cubicle.