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irksome

Saltos de línea: irk|some
Pronunciación: /ˈəːks(ə)m
 
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Definición de irksome en inglés:

adjetivo

Irritating; annoying: an irksome journey petty regulations were becoming very irksome
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • ‘That's so kind of you, sweetheart,’ he takes the tub with an irritatingly irksome smile on his face.
  • In conclusion I have to say it is quite tiresome and irksome to respond to some ancient email which has been dredged up and thrown back at me.
  • This has the effect of reducing the slightly irksome similarity - in mood, key, pace, instrumentation - of many of the songs on offer.
Sinónimos
tiresome, wearisome, tedious, trying, troublesome, burdensome, bothersome, awkward, inconvenient, difficult, boring, uninteresting;

Derivados

irksomely

1
adverbio
Example sentences
  • In a couple of pieces of miscasting, Aaron Alexander plays Tybalt in such an irksomely casual manner as to make the character wholly unremarkable.
  • It's little surprise she's sold 25m records worldwide: her songwriting is consistently brilliant and her voice almost irksomely angelic.
  • But the artists and musicians, poets and students and philosophers of the old town proved irksomely irrepressible.

irksomeness

2
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • Anyone who has ever served on a workplace health & safety committee knows that there are other ways to measure the worth of a rule than by its irksomeness to an employer.
  • I wish every permissible measure to be taken that can relieve your internment of its irksomeness.
  • In this intervention, the computer or therapist asks the client to brainstorm a list of problems, and then rank them in terms of intractability and irksomeness.

Words that rhyme with irksome

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