irritatingly


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ir·ri·tate

 (ĭr′ĭ-tāt′)
v. ir·ri·tat·ed, ir·ri·tat·ing, ir·ri·tates
v.tr.
1. To cause (someone) to feel impatient or angry; annoy: a loud, bossy voice that irritates listeners. See Synonyms at annoy.
2. To make sore or inflamed: The smoke irritated my eyes.
3. Physiology To cause a physiological response to a stimulus in (a cell, body tissue, or organism).
v.intr.
To be a cause of impatience or anger.

[Latin irrītāre, irrītāt-.]

ir′ri·tat′ing·ly adv.
ir′ri·ta′tor n.

irritatingly

(ˈɪrɪteɪtɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a way which causes annoyance or anger(of a substance, chemical, etc) in a way which causes inflammation or tenderness of a bodily organ or part
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Adv.1.irritatingly - in an irritating manner
Translations

irritatingly

[ˈɪrɪteɪtɪŋlɪ] ADV the answer proved irritatingly elusivela respuesta fue esquiva hasta el punto de resultar irritante
a stone was irritatingly lodged in his shoese le había metido una piedra en el zapato y le molestaba
irritatingly, I was none the wiser after reading his bookpara mi fastidio, la lectura de su libro no me había aclarado nada

irritatingly

advärgerlich; he very irritatingly changed his mindärgerlicherweise hat er seine Meinung geändert
References in classic literature ?
Well, stranger," the other drawled irritatingly, "I don't mind telling you that's something I ain't worked out for myself.
He sat, elegant and bulky, in the drawing-room, the head of his stick hovering in front of his big teeth, and talked for hours with a thick-lipped smile (he said nothing that could be considered objectionable and not quite the thing) talked in an unusual manner--not obviously irritatingly.
Meanwhile, the addition of Chip, the most irritatingly chirpy sidekick this side of Scrappy Doo, does little to help matters.
Drummer Adam Nussbaum has a directly rocking approach, his machine-gun fills doing much to hike excitement levels, but guitarist Mick Goodrick barely lifting a finger, and was almost certainly the culprit producing an irritatingly recurrent amplifier buzz.
Now they have a journalist snooping about who's not just irritatingly nosy, but extremely peed off and highly motivated to learn the truth about the death list he suspects they're operating.
Size, as the new Renault Clio ad campaign so irritatingly puts it, matters.
As the story was recounted in Bookmark: Captain Corelli Strikes A Chord (BBC2), the struggling author, failed composer and former car mechanic Louis de Bernieres had been travelling on a regular package holiday when it dawned on him that there was a crac king novel to be put together based on the Greek island of Cephalonia (or, as de Bernieres would irritatingly pronounce it, Kefan-YA).
Other than 'Futures Full' a collaboration with Edward Butler (noted in The Daily Mirror as my third favourite track of 2015, I just looked it up) and a handful of sporadic live shows, things have been irritatingly quiet for impatient fans of her work.
2 million bill for "bed blocking" is irritatingly avoidable.
Just as we thought it couldn't get any worse, one woman told us she'd dated a waiter who mid-coitus would irritatingly ask: "How is everything?
Facing an irritatingly slow launch process while balancing a full-time job and family, Giberson entered the Dove Men+Care Antiperspirant Deodorant Krritation Free Mondays contest and won the "be-your-ownboss" funds.
Mary Griffith, media director at Marist, also finds "whatever" irritatingly dismissive and the "ultimate subject changer.