Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of annoyance.

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Examples

  • In fact, there's a funny story about Twain and the telephone, where he - one of his great annoyances is hearing people talk on the phone.

    Mark Twain And Science: It's Complicated

  • Loud chat, mobiles, and naughty children biggest train annoyances

    Food safety worries five in six Japanese

  • The main annoyances will be re-installing all the bits of software and whatnot.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The two biggest annoyances from the college game also were present: the seven-inning doubleheader games, which never feel quite finished, and the aluminum bats.

    At the old ball game

  • Interaction becomes far less important, except for limited short term annoyances that you are able to do while maximizing your gain, anyway.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • – The only consolation one feels for such annoyances is to complain.

    Roughing It in the Bush

  • If his ill humor continue, however, and show itself in annoyances to you, and others around him, you should take him by the hand, look very seriously in his face, and say, 'James, you are such a naughty boy, that I must punish you.

    The Mother's Book

  • The only good thing about life’s annoyances is that as a writer, you can channel your emotions onto the page.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » A Necessary Torment

  • Even with a few minor annoyances, which is to be expected with anything, a very enjoyable vacation was had by all, filled with good memories.

    Sweetnicks- Food & Life - It's All at Sweetnicks

  • He stamped his foot angrily on the ground as he recalled the annoyances of the afternoon, and longed for some hermitage on the mountains, far above the stench and the sound of humanity.

    The Hill of Dreams

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