irritated :

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i ruh tay tuhd

  • v  cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
  • v  excite to an abnormal condition, or chafe or inflame
  • v  excite to some characteristic action or condition, such as motion, contraction, or nervous impulse, by the application of a stimulus
  • s  aroused to impatience or anger
    made an irritated gesture

  • This is one of his most approachable movies: An old couple comes to the big city to visit their children, who are more irritated than pleased by this interruption of their lives .
  • These dalliances irritated Elsa, who eventually became his wife, but as she told a friend, a genius of her husband's kind could never be irreproachable in every respect.
  • Almazov, who appeared irritated because prolonging the case would delay his vacation, set the trial for July 7.
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  • Kevin Youkilis in
    I wish I could tell you what happened. Just basically out in the field and felt like I had a cramp in my ankle, which is the most strange thing ever,Youkilis said. "Somehow I irritated the capsule, so my ankle locked up. I'll be good to go...
  • Tim Tebow in USA Today
    That kind of irritated me,Tebow said. "I told the coach to give me the ball because I really wanted to hit somebody."
  • Sir Menzies Campbell in Times Online
    Sir Menzies said he had become "irritated and frustrated" at the sniping and conceded that Gordon Brown's decision to rule out a snap election had contributed to his decision.

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