Main Entry: an·noy
transitive verb 1 : to disturb or irritate especially by repeated acts- as in singing, eating, looking at the computer monitor while a sibling is on it, breathing, or living in general. 2 : to harass especially by quick brief attacks intransitive verb : to cause annoyance— an·noy·er noun – could be done by putting a basket of laundry in anothers ‘job’, leaving a plate on the table, wanting to do what you are doing, or trying to be funny.
Synonyms: Brother Parent Any other human being who could get on one’s nerves. ANNOY implies a wearing on the nerves by persistent petty unpleasantness "The teacher thought she was being cool, but it was really annoying." or "When he threw that stuffed animal at me it annoyed me and I felt like lashing out uncontrollably and causing him great pain." or " When you turn on your blinker for an obvious turn it annoys me." or "Mom thinks she’s witty on her blog, but it’s really just annoying." etc.
Being annoyed seems to vex mostly the females of the human race. Being annoying can be done by either the male or female humans, although the males are more practiced and skilled according to some females. Age of annoyance seems to start at about 5 years and 6 months. Age of annoyers can range anywhere from 2 years and 4 months to roughly 43 years, but is not limited to that age and every year that age will most likely increase.
Synonyms see in addition - stupid, jerk, irritating, brother, sister, mother, father, teacher, husband, boy friend, girl friend, driver of vehicle one may be in, driver of another vehicle, anyone who has the gall to share the same air space as the annoyed.