Definition of annoyance
- She couldn't hide her annoyance.
- The delay was a minor annoyance.
She expressed annoyance at the slow service.
they have an unlisted number in the hopes that it will reduce the constant annoyance by telemarketers
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: slight anger : the feeling of being annoyed
: something that causes feelings of slight anger or irritation : a source of annoyance
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