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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

One that vexes or exasperates.

Usage examples (9)
  • But the lion-irritator's excess of courage is fool-hardiness.
  • Dallas' irritator-in-chief, is a real leader on this club.
  • The 5-foot-11 defensive irritator and instigator started Washington's rally from down 19-10 with a floater in the lane after three consecutive Washington turnovers.
  • A writer is the (hopefully) informed observer/researcher, curator/broadcaster, instigator/irritator, and conscience who can say something in a way so another can... for more
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