References in classic literature ?
He confessed to them that the object was not to learn to what extent the French merchants were injured by English smuggling, but to learn how far French smuggling could annoy English trade.
It is not true that I go to annoy him, and why should I not go to see Dorothea?
You are a foolish child, and I cannot allow you to annoy me.
I will not annoy you with any more of my friendly impertinences.
In conscience, I cannot kill him; and yet," added he, with a coldly menacing expression, "he annoys me.
She said she repeatedly asked him to stop it and not to annoy her anymore but he kept on calling and sending messages.
WHY is it that the visit of the Earl and Countess of Wessex to Gibraltar to take part in their Jubilee celebrations has to be reported in such funereal terms about how it might annoy Spain?
I will not be surprised if the kids start throwing snowballs at them or try to annoy them until they leave.
Summary: Daniel Craig admitted journalists who do not research their questions annoy him at the London premiere of his new movie, Tintin.
THE Annoying Monsters have landed on Earth with one simple goal - to annoy people more than ever
It also forbids people "to engage in a course of conduct or repeatedly commit acts that alarm or seriously annoy another person and that serve no legitimate purpose" Either offense is a civil infraction punishable by a $100 fine.
as a fall guy to annoy everyone and no doubt he'll be there to the end because he's great viewing.