bothered[ both-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF bothered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOTHERED
Mrs. Beale remarked that it wasn't the heat that bothered us so, but the humidity.
He was bothered, in a way, by the extreme mental caution of this fellow.
How it bothered them to do that last thing you may well suppose!
He had been bothered by no fine qualms about abandoning herself.
Before I was half through the dinner I wondered why I had bothered about him at all.
He must have found out the truth about it somehow, or he wouldn't have bothered.
But I will not deny that after I had begun to read, no one bothered about the storm.
However, you did bother yourself, and you have since bothered yourself.
But, he reflected, it was important to him to solve the secret which bothered him so greatly.
How could a genius like you be bothered with having to manage money?