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distempering

See definition of distempering on Dictionary.com
  • as inirritate
  • as incraze
  • as indisorder

synonyms for distempering

  • aggravate
  • annoy
  • bother
  • confuse
  • disturb
  • enrage
  • exasperate
  • gall
  • incense
  • inflame
  • infuriate
  • irk
  • offend
  • peeve
  • provoke
  • rankle
  • rattle
  • rile
  • sour
  • vex
  • abrade
  • affront
  • bug
  • burn
  • chafe
  • distemper
  • fret
  • get
  • grate
  • harass
  • madden
  • needle
  • nettle
  • pain
  • pester
  • pique
  • rasp
  • roil
  • ruffle
  • try
  • drive up the wall
  • get on nerves
  • get under skin
  • put out
  • rub the wrong way
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antonyms for distempering

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  • aid
  • alleviate
  • appease
  • calm
  • comfort
  • delight
  • encourage
  • help
  • make happy
  • order
  • organize
  • pacify
  • placate
  • please
  • soothe
  • assist
  • assuage
  • mollify
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How to use distempering in a sentence

If Ganesh never went to Lydia, then he couldn't have had anything to do distempering Cyrus's armor.
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The idea of his being a puppet fixed for derision was madly distempering.
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