irk[ urk ]SEE DEFINITION OF irk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRK
I asked Strickland if it did not irk him to live in that promiscuity.
More to her spouse she is dear and less she's irk to her parents.
He was the founder and teacher of the body of legists known as 'the jurists of Irk.'
The firmament possesses but one sun, and the land of Irk but one king.
But my disguise begins to irk me: who will lend me a good suit?
The profound silence that followed appeared to irk her badly.
The restrictions of the house began to irk her, and she was afraid of the garden.
And all the while, interested in the discussion, Martin had been aware of an irk in it as well.
It did not irk nor worry him now to sweat and strain for hours on end.
Even so, the monotony of mere car repairing began to irk him.