Annoyance and Bother


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Annoyance noun – The feeling of impatience or anger caused by another's repeated disagreeable acts.
Usage example: Carlene made known her annoyance at having to pick up her sister's dirty clothes

Bother is a synonym for annoyance in nuisance topic. In some cases you can use "Bother" instead a noun "Annoyance", when it comes to topics like irritation, obstruction, pest, feelings. popular alternative
Nearby Words: annoy, annoyed, annoying
Synonyms for Annoyance


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Bother noun – One who is obnoxiously annoying.
Usage example: the woman next-door is such a bother—always dropping in at the most inopportune moments!

Annoyance is a synonym for bother in trouble topic. You can use "Annoyance" instead a noun "Bother", if it concerns topics such as nuisance, irritation, obstruction, pest. popular alternative
Nearby Words: bothered, bothersome, botheration, bothering
Synonyms for Bother

How words are described

pure pure annoyance pure bother
mild mild annoyance mild bother
little little annoyance little bother
slight slight annoyance slight bother
Other adjectives: superfluous, extra, weird.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Die Hard 2 After John kills Cochrane and drives away Miller, the cops don't even bother to acknowledge the latter making his getaway, much to John's annoyance.
  • She doesn't even bother to change their names to those of the characters in her story, to much ongoing annoyance of her audience.
  • In the sense that they will not stop sending people to bother a new mutant until he or she agrees to join out of reason, desperation, fear, or sheer annoyance.
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