View definitions for bothered
He hasn't bothered to visit Iguala, the place where the students were abducted and killed.
The speculation that the next Bond might be black has Rushbo all hot and bothered.
Nobody bothered to tell Mister Ham about it until the following August.
And he scarcely bothered to hide his chief ambition: to lead his country as prime minister.
“We are still very girly,” Jolly said, who is not bothered by the traditionally feminine nature of the trucks they drive.
Sangree bothered her with no special attentions, and after all they were very little together.
As I said, the place must be made to pay, that's the first point; the second is, that I am not to be bothered.
Yet, when I was a young man, I never bothered my head about royalty, but I was as full of wild fancies as a balloon is of wind.
She liked well enough to have a friend drop in and talk to her when she was on duty, but she hated to be bothered about books.
Their footsteps, for they no longer bothered to tread silently, sounded like thunder in their ears.
On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bothered, such as: agitated, distressed, disturbed, troubled, bugged, and disconcerted.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.