annoyed


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troubled persistently especially with petty annoyances

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"To have/get/take the hump", meaning "to be upset or annoyed" ("she really got the hump then"), is recorded from the mid-19th century and appears to be an extension of "to have one's hump up", "to be cross or ill-tempered".
Marwan Bin Gulaita, Engineer and CEO of (Rera), said they received complaints from investors and customers that such kind of calls annoyed them all the time.
My husband has this thing he does that I find super annoying, and then feel guilty about being annoyed by, and I can't quite decide if it's a sweet thing I should learn to embrace or if it's subtle controlling/gaslighting behavior.
People are either laughing or just get seriously annoyed.
But I seem to have annoyed a couple of key people - just because I turn up early, volunteer extra hours and simply because I am good at the work.
OSV boss Debbie Kirkley said: "If a driver becomes annoyed or stressed out because of a passenger, they may become distracted.
Two third said they would be annoyed if they could not open containers, while more people said they would be frustrated if they could not make a cup of tea than not being able to have sex.
A MAN who got annoyed by cold callers interrupting him while he was watching Coronation Street has got his own back by setting up his own premium rate number which makes him money.
nationwide, telephone survey, found that people in the Northeast are particularly annoyed by "like," and that "you know," "whatever" is a really annoying term.
Asked which road users annoyed them the most, 45 per cent of motorists nationwide said car drivers, the AA/Populus survey showed.
Asked which road users annoyed them the most, 45 per cent of motorists said car drivers, the AA/Populus survey showed.
Addressing the meeting Nawaz Sharif asked the leaders to have early contact with those leaders and workers who were ignored and annoyed with the party policies.
Even animals get annoyed, they note, from stickleback fish fuming over the color red to mice genetically engineered to be the angriest rodents on the planet.