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"Able to walk up to the house," responded the boy irritatingly.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
Mayhan laughed irritatingly; so irritatingly that his questioner was tempted to silence him with his fist.
THE TIGRESSANNE WARNER
"I didn't think he was such a stiff, Barney," she said in an irritatingly pleasant voice.
CHILDREN OF THE WHIRLWINDLEROY SCOTT
Finally Gavegan managed to get a flame from one of those irritatingly splintery Swedish matches made in Japan.
CHILDREN OF THE WHIRLWINDLEROY SCOTT
Her backbone was irritatingly pliable—somewhat like a wet rag in stiffness.
THE INCUBATOR BABYELLIS PARKER BUTLER
There were times when she seemed simply an antagonist holding out irritatingly against something I had to settle.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
Somewhere in the house a bell commenced to jangle, and continued, irritatingly, insistently.
THE GRAY MASKWADSWORTH CAMP
Our progress down the valley seemed now irritatingly slow, for I felt I could walk or run three times faster than Miela.
THE FIRE PEOPLERAY CUMMINGS
Very irritatingly (I have told you how I am not quite the man of phlegm I was) she took me up at my last word.
THE DEBIT ACCOUNTOLIVER ONIONS
More often than not these colophons are irritatingly reticent, and withhold the very thing we want to know.
THE STORY OF BOOKSGERTRUDE BURFORD RAWLINGS

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