Definition of bothersome in English:


Syllabification: both·er·some
Pronunciation: /ˈbäT͟Hərsəm


Causing bother; troublesome: most childhood stomachaches, though bothersome, aren’t serious
More example sentences
  • Human skin particles, pollen, and smoke are all part of this bothersome brew of irritants.
  • Babies are supposed to take naps during the day, which can sometimes be bothersome if you want to live a thing called life.
  • And I think that the result says something bothersome about the times in which we are living.
annoying, irritating, obnoxious, vexatious, maddening, exasperating; tedious, wearisome, tiresome; troublesome, trying, taxing, awkward, aggravating, pesky, pestilential

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