annoyingly

[ UK /ɐnˈɔ‍ɪɪŋli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an annoying manner or to an annoying degree
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How To Use annoyingly In A Sentence

  • Annoyingly, the Critical Care was at the bottom of this mug, requiring a little bit of inginuity from Irwin here - namely ramming his paw in and jiggling about a bit. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • Her voice is annoyingly reedy, with a fast vibrato and intonation slightly under pitch.
  • So annually I dig them out and try to reinsert them in the annoyingly unco-operative memory. Well, it's been a quiet week here at The Inn. . . .
  • They talked non-stop for the entire flight about their mundane jobs in excruciating detail and in annoyingly loud voices.
  • The gearbox has well-spaced ratios, but the change can be notchy and the clutch pedal on our test model had an annoyingly low bite point. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • Then there's us, the young drivers who love driving — some of course are bad, drive too fast, rev the engine annoyingly and drive recklessly.
  • They talked non-stop for the entire flight about their mundane jobs in excruciating detail and in annoyingly loud voices.
  • Mieville gropes for a prose style in the opening hundred pages or so, meaning that the opening part of the book is delivered in short, staccato bursts, one moment enjoyable, the next annoyingly obtuse to the point of turgidness. Kraken by China Mieville
  • I've been trying to find out what these questions might be; I expect them to be annoyingly intrusive.
  • It's dry, bloodless, and emotionally disengaged; but most annoyingly of all, it's self-consciously ‘literary’ in such a mimsy, precious way.
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