annoyer

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annoyer

An obsolete, nospecific term for a noxious stimulus.
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I will not be surprised if the kids start throwing snowballs at them or try to annoy them until they leave.
Summary: Daniel Craig admitted journalists who do not research their questions annoy him at the London premiere of his new movie, Tintin.
It also forbids people "to engage in a course of conduct or repeatedly commit acts that alarm or seriously annoy another person and that serve no legitimate purpose" Either offense is a civil infraction punishable by a $100 fine.
annoy is used for bothering someone to the point of anger.
as a fall guy to annoy everyone and no doubt he'll be there to the end because he's great viewing.
He's seeking to annoy the people who annoy us - wheel clampers and the like - but, too often, the first programme descended into one big moan (he didn't half go on and on about CCTV).
The repetition annoyed me and is sure to annoy those who might use this resource.
The survey of 1548 Monarch passengers was conducted in November last year, with respondents asked to identify the three things most likely to annoy them during a flight.
He managed to annoy the Modernists enough to earn the boycott of his journal by leaving Frank Lloyd Wright out of his account of the United States, failing to back Mendelsohn on the planning battle over the Herpich Store, and being gratuitously rude about the Amsterdam School.
Skate and Annoy was originally done in the '80s, so this is the 21st century rebirth.
I can picture a number of my friends (and myself) getting a gleam in their eyes and deciding to try some of these tricks just to annoy Web surfers, or if you're designing a site for someone you may not like a lot, to possibly get back at that person for making you design their site.
But you can use headphones so you don't annoy everyone else.