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  • 181annoy — I verb acerbate, affront, aggravate, badger, bedevil, bother, chafe, cross, discommode, discompose, displease, disquiet, distress, disturb, enrage, exasperate, fester, fret, gall, get on the nerves of, grate, grieve, harass, harm, harry, heckle,… …

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  • 182badger — I verb abuse, afflict, aggravate, aggrieve, annoy, annoy excessively, assail, bait, beset, bother, bully, chafe, discomfort, discommode, discompose, disconcert, disquiet, distress, disturb, disturb keenly, exasperate, excruciate, fret, goad,… …

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  • 183discompose — I verb addle, afflict, aggravate, agitate, annoy, appall, astound, badger, bedazzle, bedevil, befuddle, bewilder, bring into disorder, browbeat, carp at, chafe, confound, confuse, convulse, cross, daze, dazzle, dement, demoralize, derange,… …

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  • 184displease — I verb affront, agitate, anger, annoy, antagonize, bait, chafe, chagrin, disaffect, disappoint, discommode, discontent, disenchant, disgruntle, dishearten, dislike, disoblige, dissatisfy, disturb, embitter, exasperate, excite, fret, grate, harrow …

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  • 185exacerbate — I verb aggravate, arouse, augment, deteriorate, enrage, exacerbare, excite, heighten, incense, incite, increase, inflame, infuriate, intensify, irritate, make more severe, make worse, provoke, render worse, worsen II index compound, distress,… …

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  • 186hector — I verb badger, bait, beset, bluster, bother, browbeat, bully, cow, distress, disturb, fret, gibe, goad, harass, harrow, harry, heckle, hound, insult, intimidate, irritate, jeer, menace, molest, nag, nettle, offend, persecute, pester, plague,… …

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  • 187incense — I verb accendere, aggravate, agitate, anger, antagonize, arouse, arouse ire, arouse resentment, cause dislike, cause loathing, cause resentment, chafe, discompose, disquiet, embitter, embroil, enkindle, enrage, envenom, exacerbate, exasperate,… …

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  • 188inflame — I verb aggravate, agitate, anger, arouse, convulse, deflagrate, discompose, electrify, embitter, energize, enliven, enrage, envenom, exacerbate, exasperate, excite, foment, galvanize, goad, harass, ignite, impassion, incense, incite, infuriate,… …

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  • 189irk — I verb aggravate, aggrieve, annoy, badger, chafe, discommode, discompose, distress, disturb, exasperate, exercise, harass, incommode, irritate, jade, nettle, offend, perturb, pique, plague, provoke, rile, roil, ruffle, trouble, try one s patience …

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  • 190pique — I verb affront, agitate, anger, annoy, arouse resentment, bait, bedevil, beset, bother, bully, bullyrag, cause resentment, discompose, disgust, dismay, displease, disquiet, distemper, disturb, enrage, exasperate, fret, gall, give offense, give… …

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  • 191plague — I verb afflict, aggravate, aggrieve, annoy, badger, bait, bedevil, beset, bother, browbeat, bullyrag, cross, devil, discommode, discompose, displease, disquiet, distress, disturb, exagitare, exasperate, exercere, fret, gall, gibe, grate, harry,… …

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  • 192torment — I noun abomination, acute distress, affliction, agony, angst, anguish, annoyance, bane, constant anxiety, convulsion, despair, distress, extreme pain, harassment, infliction, misery, oppression, pain, pique, scourge, torture, vexation II verb… …

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  • 193Screeching Weasel — фото Основная информация Жанр Панк рок Поп панк Хардкор панк Годы …

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  • 194goat — n. 1) to keep (BE), raise (esp. AE) goats 2) a mountain goat 3) goats baa, bleat 4) a herd of goats 5) a young goat is a kid 6) a female goat is a doe or nanny goat 7) a male goat is a buck or billy goat 8) (misc.) to get smb. s goat ( to… …

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  • 195jangle — v. (D; intr.) to jangle on ( to irritate ) (to jangle on smb. s nerves) * * * [ dʒæŋg(ə)l] (D; intr.) to jangle on (to jangle on smb. s nerves; to irritate ) …

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  • 196jar — I n. jolt 1) to feel a jar 2) a slight jar II v. 1) (d; intr.) to jar against ( to strike ) (I jarred against the table) 2) (d; intr.) to jar on ( to irritate ) (the noise jarred on my nerves) 3) (esp. BE) (d; intr.) ( to clash ) to jar with 4)… …

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  • 197skin — I n. 1) to tan a skin 2) to cast, shed, slip one s skin (the snake shed its skin) 3) chapped; coarse, rough; dark; delicate; dry; fair; fine; irritated; light; oily; sensitive; smooth; soft skin 4) human skin 5) (after sunburn) skin blisters;… …

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  • 198anger — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. & v. See resentment.Ant., good nature, jollity. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. wrath, rage, fury, passion, choler, temper, bad or ill temper, ire, indignation, acrimony, animosity, hostility, hatred,… …

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  • 199displease — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. offend, vex, annoy, irritate, disturb. See pain, discontent, resentment. Ant., please, satisfy. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. vex, provoke, annoy, offend; see anger 1 , bother 3 . III (Roget s 3… …

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  • 200exacerbate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. aggravate, intensify, worsen; enrage, embitter, irritate, vex. See increase, resentment. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To aggravate] Syn. worsen, heighten, intensify, add fuel to the flames*; see increase 1 …

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