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[predicative] Annoyed or upset at a situation or treatment.‘he was fed up with doing all the work’
annoyed, irritated, angry, irate, furious, incensed, inflamed, enraged, infuriated, maddened, fuming, wrathful, choleric, exasperated, piqued, irked, nettled, ill-humoured, hot-tempered, testy, cross, in a bad mood, in a temper, in high dudgeon, huffy, in a huff, put out, disgruntled, displeased, dissatisfied, frustrated, resentfulView synonyms
- ‘Leane Holland got so fed up with criminals dumping cars in woods near her home that she decided to take action.’
- ‘It's not much longer before I get fed up, decide to toss all good manners out of the window and have some fun.’
- ‘We are fed up of the broken promises, fed up of being used as pawns and fed up with being bottom of the pile.’
- ‘People are fed up with rubbish-strewn streets and want to see them swept clean.’
- ‘Some of my friends think it's a good idea, but others say I'm being stupid and will be just as fed up there.’
- ‘I am fed up hearing cars hurtling past on that road and nothing being done about it.’
- ‘Have I got fed up with the latest violence done in the name of fundamentalism?’
- ‘Maybe I'll get fed up of this one and decide to install another and customise that before I try my own.’
- ‘We are fed up and frustrated by the failure of politicians to address our concerns.’
- ‘He was fed up with having to worry about whether or not his actions or words were going to get him severely hurt.’
- ‘I speak to many people every week who are just as fed up with the law-breakers as police officers are.’
- ‘I am sure I speak for many residents when I say I, for one, am fed up seeing this sort of thing.’
- ‘Anyway, in the end I got fed up waiting for the mystery singer to finish his shower.’
- ‘Are you fed up with bringing bananas to work or school only to find them bruised and squashed?’
- ‘We returned to the upstairs bar where there was about 50 fans fed up and having the same trouble as us.’
- ‘They are fed up with Bradford being talked down and the way it is portrayed.’
- ‘Swindon patients fed up with long waits could soon be entitled to treatment in foreign countries.’
- ‘I was one of the 20,000 who voted for you, and am as fed up as I am sure you will be.’
- ‘At that time Jon and I were getting fed up spending all our time in a small flat in London.’
- ‘Unfortunately, other than restart the game there is little you can do about this and in the end I got fed up.’
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