irritated

[ ir-i-tey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF irritated

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"You must have something to do," cried Cheppi, in an irritated tone.

These Mohmands had neither been irritated nor interfered with in any way.

How tense they both had been, how afraid of each other, how she had irritated him!

She irritated him more and more, not by what she did but by what she was.

He was irritated, too, by a suspicion of duplicity in the members of the force.

"Oh well, you ought to have taken my part," I exclaimed, irritated.

I said something that irritated her and she out with it at once as if it had been a crime on your part.

I confess I was irritated for a moment because it all seemed so simple.

It is this that has irritated and humiliated me—in fact, cut me to the quick.

On the facts presented to her, Lady Coryston was first bewildered, then irritated.

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