annoyance

Part of speech: noun

The act of annoying or that which annoys; the state of being annoyed.

Part of speech: adverb

Annoyingly.

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Usage examples "annoyance":

  1. She knew that they were true, and that to marry the man she loved would free her from all annoyance of Donaster. - "Jess of the Rebel Trail", H. A. Cody.
  2. Paula's face flushed with annoyance. - "John Marsh's Millions", Charles Klein Arthur Hornblow.
  3. But, like a true woman, she fought her own misery and sense of loss, as well as her annoyance and anxiety,- constantly saying to herself that, be the thing as it might, she could never cease to be glad that she had known Malcolm MacPhail. - "The Marquis of Lossie", George MacDonald.