Examples of annoying in a Sentence
my partner has the annoying habit of eating all the pickles and leaving a jar full of pickle juice in the refrigerator
Recent Examples of annoying from the Web
Against this backdrop, the government's discovery requests are more than annoying.
So, instead of just depending on an annoying toddler in the cart to tell Mom or Dad what to buy, an app can tell harried consumers how to spend money, too.
The company also recently rolled out new policies, backed by artificial intelligence algorithms, that will sniff out and remove from News Feeds links to sites with annoying and misleading ads.
The 7520 boasts a full-size keyboard complete with number pad, though the arrow keys, page up/down, and home/end keys are all half-size keys, which some may find annoying.
In May, Facebook announced a change that would give lower prominence to links that lead to pages full of deceptive or annoying ads.
When used for ill, data can be inconvenient (e.g., useless to answer important questions), annoying (e.g., telemarketers), and terrifying (e.g., identity theft).
Ever since Touch ID proved fingerprint reading could be seamless instead of clumsy and annoying, a fingerprint sensor has become something of a mandatory feature on every high-end phone.
The Saints of the past half decade seem to hit potholes every season -- and while driving around without a spare tire or a jack or a wrench or the annoying bolt key to remove that one nut.
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ANNOYING Defined for Kids
Definition of annoying for Students
: causing slight anger an annoying habit
annoyinglyadverb She's annoyingly loud.
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