Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I shall not try to anger him, but if he annoys me, I will take my own part, that is certain.

He has a cigar in his mouth, which makes him half sick and annoys his company.

It annoys me very much to think Godfrey is heir to my title.

Margaret, dear, I should like to tell you one thing that annoys me very much.

What annoys, what terrifies, what allures, what fills my heart with a sweet thrill?

It annoys me, too; but we can't have everything; set your mind at rest.

It hurts and annoys her, and she soon forgets her strange fancies.

There is a want of firmness in dealing with Foreign Powers which annoys me greatly.

“Well, your surveillance upon me annoys me,” I declared abruptly.

And I must confess that it annoys me to leave London at present.