EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANNOYINGLY
Her voice, which could be so annoyingly calm at times, was deeply troubled.
Above all, as we have seen, Pitt's conduct towards Prussia was annoyingly halting.
He had long had the idea that they did, and this belief had been annoyingly corroborated by the cocksureness of Yates.
The composer adequately treats this first motive in the development section so that its absence later is not annoyingly felt.
Just at this moment the door opened, and Miss Baby herself, looking most annoyingly handsome, put in her head.
The new school was still far off, however, and in the meantime there was close at hand a problem that piqued him annoyingly.
The workpeople, to be sure—riggers and what not—were most annoyingly slow; but time cured that.
That most annoyingly obstinate sense of duty, and noblesse oblige—duty to his rank and to his race.
The pile of typescript on my floor can but annoyingly and too palpably testify that the madness has raged for some weeks.
The Sangamon County delegation was annoyingly aggressive in behalf of their county seat.