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1‘Maureen was beginning to look annoyed’
irritated, cross, angry, vexed, exasperated, irked, piqued, displeased, put out, fed up, disgruntled, in a bad mood, in a temper, testy, in high dudgeon, huffy, in a huff, resentful, aggrieved
furious, irate, infuriated, incensed, enraged, wrathful, choleric
informal aggravated, peeved, nettled, miffed, miffy, mad, riled, hacked off, peed off, hot under the collar, foaming at the mouth
British informal browned off, cheesed off, brassed off, not best pleased, narked, ratty, shirty, eggy
North American informal teed off, ticked off, sore, bent out of shape
Australian NZ informal snaky, crook
West Indian informal vex
vulgar slang pissed off
North American vulgar slang pissed
archaic snuffy, wrath
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