- I(Roget's IV) n.1. [A feeling of annoyance]Syn. vexation, irritation, pique, uneasiness, disgust, displeasure, provocation, nervousness, irascibility, exasperation, ferment, indignation, sullenness, sulkiness, bad humor, touchiness, perturbation, moodiness, mortification, worry, distress, unhappiness, discontent, heartache, misery, aches and pains, dissatisfaction, impatience, peevishness, aggravation*.Ant. pleasure*, joy, delight.2. [A source of annoyance]II(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun 1. The act of annoying: botheration, bothering, exasperation, harassment, irritation, pestering, provocation, vexation. See FEELINGS, PAIN. 2. The feeling of being annoyed: aggravation, bother, botheration, exasperation, irritation, vexation. See FEELINGS, PAIN. 3. Something that annoys: aggravation, besetment, bother, irritant, irritation, nuisance, peeve, plague, torment, vexation. See FEELINGS, PAIN.
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Annoyance — An*noy ance, n. [OF. anoiance, anuiance.] 1. The act of annoying, or the state of being annoyed; molestation; vexation; annoy. [1913 Webster] A deep clay, giving much annoyance to passengers. Fuller. [1913 Webster] For the further annoyance and… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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