Bother–bothered



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go to the trouble (bother)
hot and bothered

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  • Botheration

    (used as an exclamation indicating vexation or annoyance.) the act or state of bothering or the state of being bothered. Historical Examples King of the Air Herbert Strang Love Letters of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 2 of 2 Nathaniel Hawthorne The Monster and Other Stories Stephen Crane Seven Short Plays Lady Gregory The Revolution in Tanner’s […]

  • Bothered

    to give trouble to; annoy; pester; worry: His baby sister bothered him for candy. to bewilder; confuse: His inability to understand the joke bothered him. to take the trouble; trouble or inconvenience oneself: Don’t bother to call. He has no time to bother with trifles. something troublesome, burdensome, or annoying: Doing the laundry every week […]



  • Bothering

    to give trouble to; annoy; pester; worry: His baby sister bothered him for candy. to bewilder; confuse: His inability to understand the joke bothered him. to take the trouble; trouble or inconvenience oneself: Don’t bother to call. He has no time to bother with trifles. something troublesome, burdensome, or annoying: Doing the laundry every week […]

  • Bothersome

    causing annoyance or worry; troublesome. Contemporary Examples In Defense of the Selfie, Oxford English Dictionary’s Word of the Year James Poulos November 19, 2013 Six Things I Learned From Breast Cancer Judy Pearson October 6, 2012 Zach Braff’s Irritating Sense of Entitlement Andrew Romano July 17, 2014 Dominique Strauss-Kahn Supporters’ Paris Blues Nina Sutton May […]



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