NounAnnoyance (countable and uncountable; plural Annoyances)
- (countable) That which annoys.
- (countable) An act or instance of annoying.
- (uncountable) The psychological state of being annoyed or irritated.
Adjectives for Annoyance
petty; unconcealed; prolonged; unique; undue; shocked; temporary; intense; mild; savage; internal; mock; marked; aristocratic; impotent; sharp; repressed; obvious; inhospitable; nervous; dangerous; jealous; frivolous; unavoidable; private.
Verbs for Annoyance
avoid; condemn; dislike; flush with; generate; molest with; occasion; plague with; rumble in; temper; tolerate; vent; disgusts; injures; persists; returns; troubles; vexes.
ado; adverse circumstances; adversity; affliction; aggravation; amplification; anger; annoyingness; anxiety; augmentation; aversion; bad news; bedevilment; besetment; blight; bore; bother; botheration; bothering; bothersomeness; bummer; can of worms; care; contentiousness; crashing bore; cross; curse; deepening; deliberate aggravation; deterioration; devilment; difficulties; difficulty; disadvantage; disapprobation; disapproval; discontent; disgust; dislike; displeasure; dissatisfaction; distaste; distress; dogging; downer; drag; embittering; embitterment; enhancement; enlargement; evil; exacerbation; exasperation; great ado; harassment; hard knocks; hard life; hard lot; hardcase; hardship; harrying; headache; heightening; hounding; inconvenience; increase; indignation; intensification; ire; irking; irksomeness; irritant; irritation; magnification; matter; molestation; nuisance; pain; peck of troubles; persecution; peskiness; pest; pester; pestering; pestiferousness; pique; plague; plaguesomeness; plight; pother; predicament; pressure; problem; provocation; provoking; provokingness; repugnance; repulsion; resentfulness; resentment; revulsion; riding; rigor; sea of troubles; sharpening; souring; stress; stress of life; teasing; tiresomeness; trial; tribulation; trouble; troubles; troublesomeness; vale of tears; vexation; vexatiousness; vexing; vicissitude; wearisomeness; worriment; worrisomeness; worry; worsening; wrath