irritated

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adjective ir·ri·tat·ed \ˈir-ə-ˌtā-təd\

Definition of irritated

  1. :  subjected to irritation; especially :  roughened, reddened, or inflamed by an irritant irritated eyes

Examples of irritated in a sentence

  1. irritated viewers were bombarding the station with complaints about the game's delayed start

1595

First Known Use of irritated

1595



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