References in classic literature ?
The workpeople, to be sure--riggers and what not--were most annoyingly slow; but time cured that.
You are getting angry, but you are trying not to show it; you resolve to keep on asking your question till she changes her answer, or at least her annoyingly indifferent manner.
They prostrated themselves before him; they howled; they felt him; they became even annoyingly familiar; but at the same time they had the consideration to offer him a superb banquet consisting of sour milk and rice pounded in honey.
They could not help noticing that the men were more eager, annoyingly feverish, and self-asserting in their superior elegance and external show than their old associates were in their frank, unrestrained habits.
But, annoyingly, the action is just enough to make Survive engaging.
Annoyingly, the ministers who have introduced these draconian measures are all away on their holidays and do not return until January 8, by which time their department will likely be overjoyed they have sanctioned another few thousand jobseekers for failing to chase up jobs on Christmas Day.
The final scene of the clip shows that despite being as annoyingly obnoxious as ever, young Sheldon does learn a little bit of the social norms and proceeds to bond with his family, to a certain degree at least.
Annoyingly, though, not in done, which is a pesky law unto itself.
The annoyingly privileged 37-year-old progeny of Oscarwinning royalty was freed after almost seven years in the slammer.
ITV2 and ITV4 interrupting films with 60-second entertainment bulletin FYI Daily, opened by some annoyingly enthusiastic young person (there's no need) with: "Hey guys
With Go Far, they've played too safe, but Foreign World featuring Anne-Marie has a bit of otherworldly bite, and they've slapped Ed Sheeran's annoyingly catchy Bloodstream on there too.
Annoyingly, however, I feel the need to watch the final episode.