annoyingly annoyingly


  • (adv) in an annoying manner or to an annoying degree


  1. Web addresses are annoyingly long and unwieldy especially when you're displaying search results from just about any website.
  2. Then Kansas City computer programmer and part-time deejay Jeffrey Ray Roberts, 23, sampled the quote and added an annoyingly catchy dance track.
  3. He comes to the topic by way of research into urban legends and conspiracy theories--ideas that are wrong but so annoyingly sticky they just won't go away.


  • 'True Blood' and the Problem of a Bad Lead

    HBO's often sloppy and overcrowded horror-comedy series True Blood returned for its sixth season last night, picking up where we left off in last year's annoyingly entertaining season finale. It looks like I'll be watching yet another season of this show, despite every urging of the more rational parts of my brain to stop. So, if I am going to be with this thing for the long haul once more ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News


  1. "A bit annoyingly we've given her the best Coldplay song of all time, but because we're off-cycle we can't do it ourselves," Martin said. "Half of me wishes we still had it. But she sounds f---ing brilliant on it. I think she has a very...
    on Mar 3, 2009 By: Chris Martin Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

  2. "Annoyingly, there are so few parts I feel I can add anything to, or that I want to do," Pattinson added.
    on Sep 30, 2009 By: Robert Pattinson Source: Deadbolt

  3. "I've always admired VX Racing as a good professional team with a friendly atmosphere," said Neal. "Racing against them, they were annoyingly consistent! When they were running the all-conquering Astras in the early 2000s, it was tough...
    on Oct 14, 2007 By: Matt Neal Source: BTCC

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