peeved


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peeve

 (pēv)
tr.v. peeved, peev·ing, peeves
To cause to be annoyed or resentful. See Synonyms at annoy.
n.
1. A vexation; a grievance: My pet peeve is when people chew gum during a lecture.
2. A resentful mood: in a peeve about the delays.

[Back-formation from peevish.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.peeved - aroused to impatience or angerpeeved - aroused to impatience or anger; "made an irritated gesture"; "feeling nettled from the constant teasing"; "peeved about being left out"; "felt really pissed at her snootiness"; "riled no end by his lies"; "roiled by the delay"
displeased - not pleased; experiencing or manifesting displeasure

peeved

adjective irritated, upset, annoyed, put out, hacked off (U.S. slang), sore, pissed (U.S. slang), galled, exasperated, nettled, vexed, pissed off (taboo slang), irked, riled, piqued Susan couldn't help feeling a little peeved.
Translations
غاضِب، مُنْزَعِج
otrávenýrozhněvaný
irriteretsur
gramur

peeved

[piːvd] ADJpicado, molesto

peeved

[ˈpiːvd] adjagacé(e)
to be peeved about sth → être agacé(e) par qch
I'm peeved that ... → ça m'énerve que ...
Susan was peeved that nobody had told her the news → Ca énervait Susan que personne ne lui ait annoncé la nouvelle.

peeved

peeved

[piːvd] adj (fam) → seccato/a, stizzito/a

peevish

(ˈpiːviʃ) adjective
easily made angry; irritable; frequently complaining. a peevish old man.
ˈpeevishly adverb
ˈpeevishness noun
peeved adjective
angry; annoyed. She was peeved about it.
References in classic literature ?
Methinks," said Mary, still peeved at her friend's determination to leave on the morrow, "that should you meet the doughty Sir Roger all unarmed that still would you send back my father's knights.
Grandfather is sure peeved," said Mary, his oldest daughter, herself a grandmother, when her father quit smoking.
He was beginning to become peeved and had about made up his mind to chastise Teeka for wandering so far afield when he wanted her.
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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is reportedly still peeved over the government's stance on the Teesta River waters issue, while Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati is a known critic of the government and is especially peeved over the recent leaks by the whistle-blowing web site WikiLeaks.
In his bad-bwoy, NWA hey-day the merest hint of Ice Cube looking a bit peeved would have been enough to put the fear of god into most people.
But more than that, she is peeved that certain newspapers have gone ahead and used the picture even while saying it is fake.
The opposition was also peeved by the remark made by Chief Minister V.
My snapper caught the film hunk, who in real life is utterly charming, staring away as his peeved date ELISABETTA CANALIS stood by looking bored
Well, you'd be a bit peeved if you were publicly told you didn't have the right personality to lead the national side.
And other placards like "Ciao cholera suffers" left the peeved plaintiff feeling "indignant and deeply hurt".
If you're feeling a little peeved, make at stop at ratemyteachers.