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
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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. His forehead was too lofty--unusually so--and under it there was a straight nose, lost between the hairless cheeks, that in a smooth curve ran into a chin shaped like the end of a snow-shoe.
It confirmed that Boris Johnson doesn't do detail; Jeremy Hunt is king of bland; Michael "I have a detailed plan" Gove continues to be irritatingly posh; and Sajid Javid a smidgen too desperate to impress.
Some of the TV actors who have toured with the show are clearly lacking the skills to project their voices in a theatre, preferring instead to shout irritatingly loudly.
By conjuring enemies--see George Soros--and directing Hungarian ire toward migrants, Muslims, the European Union and all-powerful Jews, he's been irritatingly difficult to confront.
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.
The Good Morning Britain host, 49, said mum Marylyn has always been "irritatingly beautiful" - and the person who influenced her most.
THE PS9.2 million bill for "bed blocking" is irritatingly avoidable.
For while it's two years since the global smash hit - which launched the irritatingly catchy song, Let It Go - was released, the movie remains as popular as ever.
YOU could hear the cheering all over Britain on Wednesday night as The Perez Show finally, thankfully came to an end and the most irritatingly manipulative housemate ever finally got the boot.
SO last week's Sunday ECHO went to press and my colleague Joshua and I found ourselves with a minor dilemma - where could we find some interesting beers within a short stagger of the office on one of those irritatingly quiet days between Christmas and New Year?
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.