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But he felt he had to conceal something from her, and it irked him.

It was soon seen, too, that just as he irked her, so she disparaged him—an open road to others.

He continued pacing to and fro, irked by his predicament, frowning with thought.

After the humiliation of what had been said it irked Tabs to have to see him pay it.

He shook himself, as though his clothes, perhaps his body even, irked him.

He had been bested at his own game, duplicity, and that irked him.

It was not so much the discomfort as the ugliness of poverty which irked him.

And the townsmen of Calatayúd, know well, it irked them sore.

And these conditions, on a ship he had once commanded, irked Murphy exceedingly.

It irked him to be forced to rearrange his daily life—his habits.

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