Irksome Definition

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1. After five minutes of irksome and constrained conversation, they heard the sound of slippered feet approaching rapidly. 1
2. And then all ties were irksome, all earthly attachments unnecessary. 1
3. As irksome as potential dilution is, shareholders may be equally annoyed at the likely reason for the delay. 1
4. But I must confess it is by far the most irksome I have ever tried. 1
5. But it is much really since these a few months a bit irksome. 1
6. But she had risen early and found that staying put with nothing to do was growing more and more irksome. 1
7. Compiling computer program is an irksome task to one who is not apt at logical thinking. 1
8. However, the door has an irksome magical effect: a variety of a Rune of Renewal is etched into the wood. 1
9. I could tell her how carefully I have contrived to avoid difficulties and evade irksome responsibilities. 1
10. I find it really irksome when people jump in front of me in a line. 1
11. I found the restrictions irksome. 1
12. In this matter of Hester Prynne there was neither irritation nor irksomeness. 1
13. Indeed, the call to do so is often felt as irksome and joy - killing. 1
14. It is an irksome task. 1
15. It is irksome to listen to his constant complaints. 1
16. It was too irksome to lie there, harassing my brain with a hundred idle misgivings. 1
17. Naturally, the more mature individuals survive the effects of these irksome stumbling blocks better than the others. 1
18. Of course it is irksome to have to persuade one's fellow states, many of which act out of ignoble motives. 1
19. She always speaks irksome complaints. 1
20. She desired a fixed occupation - no matter how onerous, how irksome. 1
21. Suspense is irksome, disappointment , bitter, all the world has, some time or other. 1
22. The company has also come in for ethical criticism, which must be particularly irksome to its high-minded founders. 1
23. The dermatologists and plastic surgeons I interviewed noted that creases bestowing an angry or saturnine look (usually forehead furrows) on their bearers are particularly irksome. 1
24. The irksome process of ingrown hair removal is not like it used to be. 1
25. The Kremlin found PWC's failure to unearth any flaws in Yukos's accounts irksome. 1
26. The mentality that produces such a procedure is not just unacceptable itself - as well as irksome to would-be candidates. 1
27. The only surprising thing was that it was all less irksome than he had imagined. 1
28. The presentation is intriguing, the text mostly irksome. 1
29. The two most obvious and irksome are subjection to satraps and extortion of tribute, including personal military service. 1
30. There is certainly much work which is exceedingly irksome. 1
 

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