annoying


annoying
an|noy|ing [əˈnɔı-ıŋ] adj
making you feel slightly angry
an annoying habit of interrupting
The annoying thing is he's usually right.
It's annoying that we didn't know about this before.
>annoyingly adv

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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