scunnered


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scunnered

(ˈskʌnəd)
adj
1. annoyed, discontented, or bored
2. nauseated or disgusted, esp from a surfeit of food, drink, etc
[C15: of unknown origin]
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I'm absolutely scunnered because I meet people all the time who this has also happened to.
GUNNERS SCUNNERED Wenger could fall to Spurs and Pochettino, inset
Brian Laudrup was scunnered in Italy but when he came to Rangers, his family life became idyllic.
If they can't get it full for a game like this, it shows how folk are scunnered with them.
He added: "People look confused when I reply it's because I'm scunnered with Scottish politics.
Scots football fans will be scunnered by the SFA's attitude.
Defined as a feeling of disgust, or in my case, being fed up, I am scunnered beyond belief because I am not well.
In the company of foreigners from England, or further afield, conversation littered with words like boggin, manky, ginger, oxter and midden might just leave them feeling scunnered.
One source said: "We are scunnered that this English general is forcing Scots soldiers to salute him when he is destroying their regiments.
Having sat in dressing rooms where players are scunnered into submission, this bloodletting will make or break the new boss.
Of course, the only people being left scunnered by this are Dundee United, who went and did the trick of hiring a new manager to guarantee a win today.
Phil Spriggs, Maybole, said: "I'm getting a wee bit scunnered with people saying how bad our game is.