cheesed off

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Synonyms for cheesed off

greatly annoyed

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New Delhi [India], Feb 17 ( ANI ): A German lawyer, peppered with unwanted pizza deliveries, is cheesed off, and now, the police is looking into what may be a case of severe pizza stalking.
But feedback suggests that they getting increasingly cheesed off with some of the dividends.
No wonder Aidy Boothroyd sounded totally cheesed off every time he was interviewed, not knowing what division we will be in.
STRICTLY Come Dancing judges are cha-cha cheesed off - after the BBC hired Alesha Dixon for another series.
And the cheesed off coach has now claimed Edel is lying about his name and age to the French authorities.
Mr Ainsworth said: "People were pretty cheesed off with the attitude not only of the Government, but of the British public.
I cancelled a date and he seemed a bit cheesed off so I can't put him off again or he'll dump me like all the others did.
If I lived there I'd get pretty cheesed off if all day every day a group of gawping tourists were peering into my windows.
I am now three days late and, while part of me sort of hopes the baby will stay put - I am freaking out about the pain of giving birth even though I've done it twice before - I am pretty cheesed off at looking like a roly-poly and walking like a Dalek.
Richard Jefferies, a member of the race's organising committee, said: 'We are very cheesed off.
IS ANYONE else getting seriously cheesed off by Roz's little lackey, Jodie?
The Gazette revealed the championships had been axed by Stockton Council, with last year's winners cheesed off they wouldn't be able to try and reclaim their crown.
They will be really cheesed off, and they are on their own patch.
This is one of the main reasons people are dead right to be cynical of politicians and cheesed off with the whole old-style political system.
Well done Backed up and Cheesed off 'Motorist in a pickle over JLT traffic jam' (Letters, May 1).