annoyed

adjective
an·noyed | \ə-ˈnȯid \

Definition of annoyed 

: feeling or showing angry irritation was clearly annoyed by their repeated questions were very annoyed to be kept waiting an annoyed expression

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Other Words from annoyed

annoyedly adverb
Billy shook his head annoyedly. — Irwin Shaw

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In post-match interviews, Robben was clearly annoyed at starting on the bench alongside fellow veteran winger Franck Ribery, who came on for the final 10 minutes. Afp, chicagotribune.com, "Bayern await James prognosis after apparent injury in Champions League," 21 Feb. 2018 According to those who run urban data analytics programs across the country, building a thoughtful city resident isn’t as easy as forcing annoyed and sleep-deprived youngsters to pass an ethics class. Alex Davies, WIRED, "Cities Are Watching You—Urban Sciences Graduates Watch Back," 25 June 2018 But those executives — Elon Musk included — reportedly rejected the idea out of worry that the options might not work well enough, could be expensive, and because drivers might become annoyed by an overly nagging system. Sean O'kane, The Verge, "Tesla rejected more advanced driver monitoring features on its cars," 14 May 2018 The officer noted the woman became annoyed and irritated after being arrested. John Benson, cleveland.com, "Sassy Westlake woman arrested for drunken driving: North Royalton Police Blotter," 22 Feb. 2018 Vardon also shared that James was growing more annoyed with Irving's health issues leading up to his playoff-ending injury. Jenna West, SI.com, "Report: Kyrie Irving Never Wanted LeBron James to Return to the Cavaliers," 6 July 2018 One mother was annoyed that her preschooler had learned to order Alexa to skip songs her parents liked. Sue Shellenbarger, WSJ, "Alexa: Don’t Let My 2-Year-Old Talk to You That Way," 10 July 2018 After breaking a diet, many also admit to feeling disappointed, frustrated, upset, annoyed and angry. Zoya Gervis, Fox News, "Your partner may be your biggest dieting enemy, study finds," 29 June 2018 Meehan: People are getting annoyed with each other. Brian Porreca, The Hollywood Reporter, "'Big Brother' Bosses Preview New Twists in Season 20," 27 June 2018

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First Known Use of annoyed

13th century, in the meaning defined above

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