causing ; irritatingly bothersome:
But Free to Be wasn’t politically-correct in an annoyingly preachy way.
‘Free to Be…You and Me’ Did Not Emasculate Men Emily Shire March 10, 2014
On top of his wealth and privilege, Osbourne is annoyingly driven.
What a Sad Little Empire Britain Has Become Janine di Giovanni March 21, 2013
We break down the big news stories of the day into something more like CliffsNotes than annoyingly long articles.
Matt Galligan, Co-founder and CEO of Circa, Shares His Home Screen’s Apps Matt Galligan February 3, 2014
The O.C: In season three, the annoyingly perky Taylor Townsend hooked up with the dreamy “Dean of Discipline.”
Gossip Girl Deathwatch Caitlin Shure February 5, 2009
annoyingly, Dating Naked tiptoes into heavy-handedness as a few of its subjects start telling sob stories.
In Praise of ‘Dating Naked’ and the Glorious Rise of Butts on Reality TV Kevin Fallon July 16, 2014
The new school was still far off, however, and in the meantime there was close at hand a problem that piqued him annoyingly.
The Soul of a Child Edwin Bjorkman
The composer adequately treats this first motive in the development section so that its absence later is not annoyingly felt.
Unicorns James Huneker
The Sangamon County delegation was annoyingly aggressive in behalf of their county seat.
Stephen A. Douglas Allen Johnson
Just at this moment the door opened, and Miss Baby herself, looking most annoyingly handsome, put in her head.
Charles O’Malley, The Irish Dragoon, Volume 2 (of 2) Charles Lever
Victor Durnovo was smarting under a sense of injury which was annoyingly indefinite.
With Edged Tools Henry Seton Merriman
causing irritation or displeasure
causing ; irritatingly bothersome: annoying delays. adjective causing irritation or displeasure
annoyware software Shareware that reminds you frequently that you are using an unregistered copy. (1998-04-29)
of, for, or pertaining to a year; yearly: annual salary. occurring or returning once a year: an annual celebration. Botany. living only one growing season, as beans or corn. performed or executed during a year: the annual course of the sun. Entomology. living or lasting but one season or year, as certain insects or colonies […]
- Annual change traffic
annual change traffic software (ACT) The fraction of the software product’s source code which changes during a year, either through addition or modification. The ACT can be used to determine the product size in order to estimate software maintenance effort. (1996-05-29)