irritate[ ir-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF irritate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRRITATE
The sick man was flushed and growing fretful; it would not do to irritate him.
Such were the habits calculated to irritate the conventionalities of Tiverton against her.
Yet you stand there and irritate me with your chatter of another world.
He did not speak and his silence seemed to irritate his partner.
Do you say this to irritate and offend me, or do you prevaricate out of shame?
It was a threat very certain to irritate, if it did no more.
They served to irritate the bandit passions, not to subdue them.
I pity you both, however; for all you may do will, I fear, only irritate your passion.
The jungle began to irritate Lewis; it was a constant fight.
I had no intention to irritate him, and I did not wish to provoke him.