irritating

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adjective ir·ri·tat·ing \ˈir-ə-ˌtā-tiŋ\

Definition of irritating

  1. :  causing displeasure, anger, or annoyance an irritating noise/habit I felt more and more angry. There was something very irritating and aggressive in Summerlee's demeanour. — Arthur Conan Doyle

irritatingly

play \ˈir-ə-ˌtā-tiŋ-lē\ adverb The computer was irritatingly slow.

1707

First Known Use of irritating

1707



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