Nark and Upset


Nark verb - To disturb the peace of mind of (someone) especially by repeated disagreeable acts.
Usage example: during the war some of the British were narked by their American allies, who were perceived as arrogant

Upset and nark are semantically related In some cases you can use "Upset" instead a verb "Nark".


Upset verb - To trouble the mind of; to make uneasy.

Nark and upset are semantically related (British) in wind up topic. Sometimes you can use "Nark" instead a verb "Upset". informal substitute

Nearby Word: upsetting
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