annoyance[ uh-noi-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF annoyance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANNOYANCE
It secures us against all future annoyance from powerful Indian tribes.
Illogically, he felt it was all Bill's fault that he must endure this annoyance.
He bit his lip in his annoyance, shivering with a presentiment.
I do not believe I have ever said anything before them which could cause them annoyance.
She answers sweetly without a trace of the annoyance she must surely feel.
I returned to the hotel, and spoke to Jarrett of my annoyance.
She was looking about her on all sides, in a fidget of annoyance, searching for him, and to his dismay she saw him.
A shade of annoyance crossed Atherstone's finely marked face.
"Please go on," said Marcia, coldly, quivering with excitement and annoyance.
In spite of his annoyance, Hilary instinctively liked the giant.