irksome[ urk-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF irksome
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRKSOME
I have every reason to think that her acting had all along been irksome to her.
There will be no necessity of your continuing there if it should ever be irksome to you.
But to keep his chin raised off the ground was irksome, and not much use either.
But above all else, the loneliness of it was irksome since her return.
If the engagement has ever been irksome to him it is now at an end, and he is in no wise responsible.
The irksome duties laid upon you will not be a burden to you.
He willingly agreed to that; he saw that it helped to pass the irksome time for her.
The least exertion was irksome, and attended with extreme lassitude.
But such thoughts spring inevitably out of a relation that is irksome.
The waiting for the hour of action is so irksome, that even the approach of danger is a relief.