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  • 1irritation — noun 1 feeling/cause of being irritated ADJECTIVE ▪ considerable (esp. BrE), great, intense, major, some (esp. BrE) ▪ ‘I m not American, I m Canadian,’ he replied with some irritation. ▪ …

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  • 2show — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 on TV, radio, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ live, recorded ▪ family ▪ cable (AmE), network (esp. AmE), radio, television …

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  • 3irritation — [[t]ɪ̱rɪte͟ɪʃ(ə)n[/t]] irritations 1) N UNCOUNT Irritation is a feeling of annoyance, especially when something is happening that you cannot easily stop or control. For the first time Leonard felt irritation at her methods... He tried not to let… …

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  • 4irritation — noun 1) she tried not to show her irritation Syn: annoyance, exasperation, vexation, indignation, impatience, crossness, displeasure, chagrin, pique; anger, rage, fury, wrath, aggravation; literary ire Ant …

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  • 5Sketches featured on Late Show with David Letterman — CBS s Late Show with David Letterman regularly features different sketches that follow the monologue and precede interviews with guests. Often these are repeated absurdist segments, involving various cast members, Dave s friends, audience… …

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  • 6The Last Goon Show of All — Infobox Radio Show show name = The Last Goon Show of All imagesize = caption = other names = format = Comedy runtime = 30 minutes country = flagicon|United Kingdom United Kingdom language = English home station = BBC Radio 4 syndicates =… …

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  • 7Raven (game show) — Infobox Television show name = Raven caption = Series 7/8 opening title card genre = Children s Game Show developer = presenter = starring = James Mackenzie theme music composer = David Brockett opentheme = endtheme = country = SCO language =… …

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  • 8Blah — In English, blah is a word that is sometimes used as an expression for words or feelings where the specifics are not considered important to the speaker or writer for emotions. It is not often seen in formal writing, except when transcribing… …

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  • 9for crying out loud —    This expression is used to show irritation, exasperation or anger.     For crying out loud, turn that television off! …

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  • 10fire up — 1. Kindle the fire. 2. Fire, be angered or irritated, show irritation, bridle, bridle up, bristle, bristle up, get angry, fly into a passion. See flare up …

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  • 11fire — I. n. 1. Combustion, intense heat. 2. Burning fuel, burning of fuel, heap of burning fuel. 3. Conflagration. 4. Firing, discharge of fire arms, discharges. 5. Heat, ardor, fervor, impetuosity, violence, force, passion, fervency, intensity,… …

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  • 12fume — /fjum / (say fyoohm) noun 1. (often plural) any smoke like or vaporous exhalation from matter or substances. –verb (fumed, fuming) –verb (t) 2. to send forth as fumes. 3. to disperse or drive away in vapours; send up as vapour. 4. to treat with… …

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  • 13bristle — n. & v. n. 1 a short stiff hair, esp. one of those on an animal s back. 2 this, or a man made substitute, used in clumps to make a brush. v. 1 a intr. (of the hair) stand upright, esp. in anger or pride. b tr. make (the hair) do this. 2 intr.… …

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  • 14sar·casm — /ˈsɑɚˌkæzəm/ noun [noncount] : the use of words that mean the opposite of what you really want to say especially in order to insult someone, to show irritation, or to be funny biting/dry sarcasm a voice full of sarcasm compare ↑irony …

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  • 15rear up — show anger or irritation. → rear …

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  • 16nervous system disease — Introduction       any of the diseases or disorders that affect the functioning of the human nervous system (nervous system, human). Everything that humans sense, consider, and effect and all the unlearned reflexes of the body depend on the… …

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