Examples of irritation in a Sentence
Dad's general irritation at the incessant complaining coming from the back seat of the car.
Recent Examples of irritation from the Web
The calls are quietly deposited through a back door, directly into a voicemail box — to the surprise and (presumably) irritation of the recipient, who cannot do anything to block them.
The calls are quietly deposited through a back door, directly into a voice mail box — to the surprise and (presumably) irritation of the recipient, who cannot do anything to block them.
And the language barrier has become a source of local irritation.
Contact with the skin can result in dermatitis, loss of hair, and necrosis due to irritation, the organization said.
The Trump administration’s attitudes toward Africa range from irritation to outright animus.
Also any sort of friction or irritation, like short-shorts or the wrong pair of underwear, will do it.
Murray’s irritation stemmed from a 2011 game in which Giordano was involved in a knee-on-knee hit with then-Ducks forward Bobby Ryan.
Hamburg Airport's two terminals were evacuated on Sunday after reports of a strong smell, and people subsequently complaining of eye irritation, respiratory problems, and nausea.
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First Known Use of irritation
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