nuisance

[ noo-suh ns, nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF nuisance

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They want to loaf about, and drink, and be a nuisance to everybody, like some of the rich ones.

This fact is simply that a child is a nuisance to a grown-up person.

A nuisance on Balera, which is the equivalent of a Terran swamp.

Aunty May said it was funny, too, but Aunty Edith said it was a nuisance.

All the politicians are a nuisance, a curse, a plague worse than was any in Egypt.

You're a nuisance, worrying like that just when a fellow wants to work.'

She also found it a nuisance having to make up Etienne's bed every evening in the shop.

Only he's too much of a nuisance: he blubbers; he talks about remorse.

They are a nuisance, always looking and watching us as they do.'

Deuce of a nuisance havin' to turn out for this fellow Lever.

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