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irritating, adj. 1. provoking, agitating, inflaming, inflammatory, enflaming, kindling; inciting, igniting, instigating.
2. angering, incensing, irksome, irking; maddening, infuriating, enraging; exacerbating, rankling, galling, embittering.
3. nettlesome, nettling, irritative, irritant,
Inf. aggravating, Inf. in one's hair; disturbing, ruffling, disquieting.
4. annoying, bothersome, pestering,
Inf. pesky, Inf pestiferous, vexatious, vexing; troublesome, troubling, thorny, fretful, worrisome, worrying, Archaic except Dial, plaguy; hectoring, harassing, hounding, dogging, nagging, tormenting. irritation, n. 1. annoyance, vexation, exasperation, Inf. aggravation; displeasure, dissatisfaction, disapproval, disapprobation, discontent.
2. anger, ire, dudgeon, high dudgeon; offense, umbrage, indignation, huff, tiff, fume, pique,
Inf. slow burn.
3. embitterment, bitterness, exacerbation, bitter resentment, resentment, hard feelings; spleen, choler, gall, bile, ill
or bad humor, ill or bad temper, ill or bad feeling; virulence, acerbity, acrimony; hurt feelings, wounded pride. irruption, n. incursion, invasion, intrusion, forcible entry, interjection, illapse; attack, aggression, foray, raid, sally, sortie, inroad; breaking in, bursting in, storming in, crashing in, Inf. barging in. island, n. isle, islet, ait, Brit. Dial, eyot, Brit. Dial. holm; cay, key; atoll, reef, archipelago; iceberg, icefloe, floe, calf; oasis, ism, n. doctrine, principle, tenet, precept; belief, faith, practice, dogma, conviction; view, opinion, philosophy; theory, hypothesis; system, method, procedure, scheme; affiliation, advocacy, adherence, isolate, v. 1. set apart, put by itself, segregate, insulate, cut off, Med. quarantine; seclude, keep in solitude, sequester, lock up, pen up; exclude, banish, outlaw, exile, expatriate, ostracize, excommunicate, blacklist.
2. separate, detach, disunite, disjoin; sever, dissever, part, disconnect, divide, divorce, dissociate, abstract, isolated,
adj. 1. solitary, separate, alone, single; detached, segregated, exiled, retired, private, sequestered, insular; lonely, forsaken, godforsaken, forlorn; eremitical, troglodytic, hermitical, monastic, ancho-retic, Eccles. Hist, stylitic.
2. secret, hidden, covert, secluded, outlying, out-of-the-way, remote, unfrequented, uninhabited, deserted, abandoned, inhospitable, desolate, isolation,
n. 1. separation, dissociation, discon nection, detachment; segregation, sequestration, insulation, quarantine, insularity; (in prison) SI. icebox.
2. loneliness, solitude, solitariness, aloneness; seclusion, retirement, privacy; concealment, obscurity, delitescence; reclusion, reclusiveness, anchoretism, her-mitry, monasticism, self-exile; unsociableness, inhospitality, withdrawal, introversion, aloofness, remoteness. issue,
n. 1. issuance, promulgation, publication, proclamation; distribution, propagation, dissemination, broadcasting, dispersion.
2. edition, copy, number, printing, version.
3. emergence, appearance, materialization, disclosure; exhibition, presentation.
4. crux, point in question, question
or point at issue, moot point, bone of contention; question, problem, poser; topic, subject, matter, point; political football.
5. effect, result, consequence, upshot; outcome, outgrowth, aftermath, aftereffect; end, ending, consummation, conclusion, termination, finale,
Inf. payoff, windup; denouement, catastrophe.

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