One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she was peeved that he had succeeded’
irritated, annoyed, cross, angry, angered, furious, enraged, in a temper, bothered, vexed, displeased, disgruntled, dissatisfied, indignant, upset, exasperated, galled, irked, put out, aggrieved, offended, affronted, resentful, piqued, nettled, ruffled, in high dudgeon
aggravated, miffed, riled, hacked off, peed off
British narked, eggy, cheesed off, browned off, brassed off, not best pleased
North American teed off, ticked off, sore, steamed
vulgar slang pissed off
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