Examples of bothersome in a Sentence
a bothersome habit of dropping trash on the floor right next to the garbage can
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Not only that, but the buffalo may also benefit from its froggy friends by removing disease-causing—or simply bothersome—flies and parasites.
That’s an unnecessary, bothersome, distressing issue.
For young Indians in Kolkata or Bangalore, Pakistan is no longer viewed as a lost cousin but simply as a particularly bothersome distant neighbour.
The Phillies would like to trade Kendrick before the July 31 deadline, and the timing of his return from a bothersome left hamstring injury will be critical to that goal.
But many new midsized SUVS still need to do a better job of lighting the road ahead while limiting bothersome glare.
Whereas other ticks can spread ailments such as Lyme disease, the lone star tick is bothersome because it is believed to trigger a potentially life-threatening and apparently lifelong meat allergy with its bite.
Wrestling at 46 kg, or just over 101 pounds, Decker said the summer season can be especially bothersome.
Daniel Robertson, the diminutive outfielder forced into action by an injury bug as bothersome as the mayflies that pestered players at Progressive Field on Friday night.
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First Known Use of bothersome
Synonymsabrasive, aggravating, annoying, carking, chafing, disturbing, exasperating, frustrating, galling, irksome, irritating, maddening, nettlesome, nettling, peeving, pesky, pestiferous, pestilent, pestilential, pesty, plaguey (also plaguy), rankling, rebarbative, riling, vexatious, vexing
Related Wordsburdensome, discomforting, displeasing, disquieting, distressing, importunate, importune, inconveniencing; angering, enraging, infuriating; brattish, bratty, mischievous, offensive, troublesome, upsetting; distractive, painful, stressful, tiresome, troubling, trying, worrisome; biting, grating, jangling, jarring, spiny, thorny
Near Antonymsdelightful, pleasing
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Definition of bothersome for English Language Learners
: causing trouble or difficulty
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