Bothersome [adjective]

Definition of Bothersome:

troubling

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Sentence/Example of Bothersome:

It is evident that the irrationality of frequent appeals to expensive and bothersome litigation should arouse suspicion.

This he tries several times, but with the same result, that bothersome stick is always hanging to his neck.

A flat kite like this always needs a tail, and the most bothersome tail ever made is that familiar kind made of paper and string.

I realized that it was a bothersome moral responsibility‚ÄĒplacing the lives of others (even if janitors) in jeopardy.

I jumped up from the balcony on to a stone ledge, and then by good luck right into the bedroom of that bothersome young lady.

The animal seemed unaware of any danger, but kept its head going from side to side, trying to fight certain bothersome gad-flies.

Dont you remember that you lost the instruction book overboard sometime there, when we were getting the bothersome thing fixed?

The Hoffs' affairs had assuredly taken a new and bothersome turn, over which Fleck sat puzzling many minutes.

Sonny is a bothersome child one way: he don't never want to take his dinner to school with him.

The flowing whiskers also proved bothersome, wherefore he looped them back over his ears by means of the bows of crimson ribbon.