Examples of bothersome in a Sentence
a bothersome habit of dropping trash on the floor right next to the garbage can
Recent Examples of bothersome from the Web
The knee has been bothersome for Wall all season long, forcing him to miss 11 games in November and December.
What baffles researchers is why only about half of women experience bothersome symptoms.
Two days after scoring 19 points and adding four steals to beat the Nuggets, Leonard felt discomfort in his bothersome quadriceps while warming up for a game in Atlanta.
But its necessary absence in the theater is not bothersome.
Clayton was called in after years of fruitless efforts at driving out the bothersome birds.
But for most Texans, the great grackle will continue to be a bothersome bird.
Plus, Bazemore's contract could also be bothersome, according to USA Today's Sam Amick.
This lack of flexibility is particularly bothersome for the Pentagon.
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First Known Use of bothersome
abrasive, aggravating, annoying, chafing, disturbing, exasperating, frustrating, galling, irksome, irritating, maddening, nettlesome, nettling, peeving, pesky, pestiferous, pestilent, pestilential, pesty, rankling, riling, vexatious, vexing;
BOTHERSOME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bothersome for English Language Learners
: causing trouble or difficulty
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