botheration


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both·er·a·tion

 (bŏth′ə-rā′shən)
n.
The act of bothering or the state of being bothered.
interj.
Used to express annoyance or irritation.

botheration

(ˌbɒðəˈreɪʃən)
n, interj
another word for bother5, bother8

both•er•a•tion

(ˌbɒð əˈreɪ ʃən)

interj.
1. (used as an exclamation indicating vexation or annoyance.)
n.
2. the act of bothering or the state of being bothered.
[1790–1800]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.botheration - the psychological state of being irritated or annoyedbotheration - the psychological state of being irritated or annoyed
mental condition, mental state, psychological condition, psychological state - (psychology) a mental condition in which the qualities of a state are relatively constant even though the state itself may be dynamic; "a manic state"
bummer - an experience that is irritating or frustrating or disappointing; "having to stand in line so long was a real bummer"
huff, miff, seeing red - a state of irritation or annoyance
pinprick - a minor annoyance
impatience, restlessness - a lack of patience; irritation with anything that causes delay
snit - a state of agitated irritation; "he was in a snit"
2.botheration - something or someone that causes troublebotheration - something or someone that causes trouble; a source of unhappiness; "washing dishes was a nuisance before we got a dish washer"; "a bit of a bother"; "he's not a friend, he's an infliction"
negative stimulus - a stimulus with undesirable consequences
nuisance - (law) a broad legal concept including anything that disturbs the reasonable use of your property or endangers life and health or is offensive
irritant, thorn - something that causes irritation and annoyance; "he's a thorn in my flesh"
plague - an annoyance; "those children are a damn plague"

botheration

noun
2. The feeling of being annoyed:
3. Needless trouble:
Translations

botheration

(o.f.) [ˌbɒðəˈreɪʃən] EXCL¡porras!

botheration

interjverflixt und zugenäht (inf)
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and och, botheration, wasn't it the gentaalest and dilikittest of all the little squazes that I got in return?
Troth she jumped up from the sofy as if she was bit, and made off through the door, while I turned my head round afther her, in a complate bewilderment and botheration, and followed her wid me two peepers.
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He might amuse himself just as he pleased, in regular bachelor style, and she never complained of neglect; he might come home at any hour of the night or morning, or not come home at all; be sullen, sober, or glorious drunk; and play the fool or the madman to his own heart's desire, without any fear or botheration.
What is all this botheration about Sir Isaac and the rest of you?
The gorge under our feet--called Allerheiligen--afforded room in the grassy level at its head for a cozy and delightful human nest, shut away from the world and its botherations, and consequently the monks of the old times had not failed to spy it out; and here were the brown and comely ruins of their church and convent to prove that priests had as fine an instinct seven hundred years ago in ferreting out the choicest nooks and corners in a land as priests have today.
But a critical question did cause a bit of botheration to a few minds.
It relieves its clients of the hassle and botheration of waiting in long queues to submit the documents by hand in order to get them certified.
Expressing satisfaction over the pace of work, the District Nazim said that to inspect the work on daily basis with main focus on minimum botheration to the nearby population.
10 They provide a better learning environment and prevent undue patient botheration.
However, generally the government holds up programmes are often financially botheration.
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