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
Websites that run annoying ads such as pop-ups may find all ads blocked by Google’s Chrome browser starting next year.
By far Spark’s most annoying feature is its carrying case.
Nudity doesn’t bother me, but being reduced to a pinup boy is a bit annoying.
Though unsightly and annoying -- your eyes will feel too dry when this happens -- this doesn't cause blindness, says Thau.
Stephen Curry Curry is a relentlessly annoying defender.
The pervasiveness of gathering data and using it wherever a business can is a little frightening and annoying.
That’s part of this league’s annoying predictability: waiting for the greatness to pass through the NBA’s version of TSA.
Ricky Gervais stars as misanthropic dentist Bertram Pincus, who dies for seven minutes, then gets revived to a new reality that includes really annoying ghosts.
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Origin and Etymology of annoying
First Known Use: 14th century
ANNOYING Defined for Kids
Definition of annoying for Students
: causing slight anger an annoying habit
annoyinglyadverb She's annoyingly loud.
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