[ UK /nˈɑːk/ ]
  1. an informer or spy working for the police
  2. a lawman concerned with narcotics violations
  1. cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
    It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves
    Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me
  2. inform or spy (for the police)
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How To Use nark In A Sentence

  • Alaric got a bit annoyed at how long we took to leave becuase of the guinea pigs - I didn't know weather to be sympathetic or laugh when he got narky about it :/ Snell-Pym » Guinea Pigs!
  • Traditionally, the resistive force established for such a test is determined from total body mass for a friction loaded Monark cycle ergometer ie 75 g.kg-1.
  • Though best-known for his fantastic novel " Lanark, " Mr. Gray worked for many years as a portraitist, and provides a typically distinctive and opinionated account of his life, times and acquaintances in words and pictures. Books to Furnish a Coffee Table
  • God must have chosen to bless New Orleans because of the way the Republicans crapped all over them./snark Think Progress » Palin says she’s fine with Limbaugh’s use of the ‘r-word.’
  • (I'm never home when it's on anyway) and setting the DVR to record it for later viewing seems more than I'm willing to do to expose my brain to the neuron-apoptosing and - necrosing antivaccinationist stupidity that Jenny routinely lays down, as lately I've been questioning whether any blog post, no matter how snarky and fun, is worth that kind of self-abuse. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • I really, truly, don't mean to snark, but your question is your answer: nobody dates because to not do so would be "unhealthy".
  • The answer is that the clubs lay at the heart of industrial Lanarkshire and football was pre-eminently the game of steelworkers, miners and shipbuilders.
  • Divers even pick up these dozy little sharks, but if you do that you will find yourself with a suddenly alert fish that is probably a bit narked at being disturbed.
  • Now I am somewhat narked about this.
  • This is industrial Lanarkshire where for generations hard men have been reared at the coalface, bound together in friendships forged in a dirty and often dangerous working environment.
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