Adjective "annoyed" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/əˈnɔɪd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Slightly angry; irritated.
  1. 'he was annoyed at being woken up so early'
  2. 'There were several other extremely annoyed Bulgarian families paying more than 100 leva a day!'
  3. 'Charles was sulking now, quite annoyed with all this.'
  4. 'I was annoyed to find out that, although there were a number of service stations in the vicinity of the airport, all were closed.'
  5. 'Annoyed with himself after dropping a shot at the short 12th, Nicklaus charged to a record sixth title by finishing birdie-par-eagle-birdie-birdie-par.'
  6. 'The 62 junior doctors in Waterford are annoyed over new rostering arrangements which they say will isolate them on the frontline.'
  7. 'I was at first confused, then annoyed, then bewildered.'
  8. 'I remember I was pretty annoyed with my brother who shared the room with me, over some trivial disagreement.'
  9. 'This kind of thing happens sometimes, but I was annoyed with myself for handling it badly.'

Definitions

1. to disturb or bother (a person) in a way that displeases, troubles, or slightly irritates.

2. to molest; harm. verb (used without object)

3. to be bothersome or troublesome. noun

4. Archaic. an annoyance.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be annoyed with people."

"users can be annoyed by e mails."

"people can be annoyed with herselfs."

"people can be annoyed by campaigns."

"miles can be annoyed at things."

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Origin

(annoy)