annoyed en Anglais
Even when people annoy you or make you angry, respect them.
(She was not annoyed this time that there was no one listening, for to her the word did not sound quite right.)
“I have a right to think,” said Alice sharply, for she was beginning to feel a little annoyed.
“It is a folly!” cried Stuart, who was beginning to be annoyed at the persistency of his friend. “Come, let’s get on with the game.”
Although the little lord spoke readily, as the count had noted, he was never annoying.
There is nothing more annoying.
He had become increasingly annoying.
"Dorian is never annoyed with me," he answered.
"And what does she get annoyed with you about, Duchess?"
"How annoying!" she cried.