Examples of annoyance in a Sentence
She expressed annoyance at the slow service.
they have an unlisted number in the hopes that it will reduce the constant annoyance by telemarketers
Recent Examples of annoyance from the Web
After the game, Green did not hide his annoyance over what the Padres perceived to be a robbery.
In a handful of years, in fact, these digital ambushes have morphed from a mere corporate annoyance to, in some cases, an existential threat.
My sudden and fervent announcement about my new lifestyle was met with bewilderment from my mom and annoyance from my father.
No need to hoist suitcases onto airport conveyor belts — or to get stressed about any of the other annoyances of modern air travel.
The line of his lips is level, not tight in annoyance, nor loose in acceptance.
Drones have increasingly become an annoyance for law enforcement, but Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are apparently on the offensive for one particularly annoying drone pilot who nearly caused a collision with a police helicopter Wednesday evening.
In the following days, the president made several snarky, disparaging comments about Kushner’s family and the visas during routine West Wing meetings that were clearly intended to express his annoyance, two aides said.
In the following days during routine West Wing meetings, the president made several snarky, disparaging comments about Mr. Kushner’s family and the visas that were clearly intended to express his annoyance, two aides said.
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First Known Use of annoyance
ANNOYANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of annoyance for English Language Learners
: slight anger : the feeling of being annoyed
: something that causes feelings of slight anger or irritation : a source of annoyance
ANNOYANCE Defined for Kids
Definition of annoyance for Students
1 : slight anger I sense your annoyance with me.
2 : a source or cause of slight anger This itch is an annoyance.
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