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His unprocessed singing is so good, it makes one wonder why he bothers using a tool designed to mask poor vocal work.

The temporal judgment regarding the bothers was guilty, and both were sentenced to death.

It always bothers me, even when I heard people call us “girl band.”

Assuming it says anything—and, more to the point, assuming anybody bothers to listen to the increasingly dysfunctional agency.

No other country even bothers with private coverage at all, except Germany a little bit (10.8 percent).

What really bothers us a little is the mosquito affair—the so-called elephantiasis—ask Ross about it.

Ye'er boss can go to Paris on a combination wedding an' divoorce thrip an' no wan bothers his head about him.

I want to mark my rug yet this evening and your noise bothers me.

If the God of these earthlings bothers not about them, why should they trouble about God?

Nothing grieves me now; nothing troubles me, nothing bothers me or gets my attention.


On this page you'll find 153 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bothers, such as: aggravation, distress, strain, irritation, perplexity, and bellyache.

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