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IRRITATE

Annoy







Peeve







Vex

  1. to annoy or irritate

  2. distress: a feeling of great worry or unhappiness; great suffering

Bantering: friendly remarks and joke

Exasperate







Fret

  1. be annoyed or irritated

  2. be worried or unhappy and not able to relax

  3. narrow ridges in guitar

  4. to decorate with interlaced designs, fret work

Badinage: friendly joking between people, teasing conversation

Badger


    1. to annoy persistently

    2. a type of animal living in underground holes




Pester







Nettle







Rile

to annoy sb or make them angry




Rankle

to cause anger, irritation, or deep bitterness for a long time




Pique

  1. irritation; resentment; annoyed or bitter feelings you have usually because of pride been hurt

  2. provoke or arouse; annoy: to arouse anger or resentment, to excite or arouse especially by a provocation, challenge, or rebuff, irritate, to make sb annoyed or upset

Importune: beg persistently, to ask/ beg sb for sth many times and in a way that is annoying

Fester

to annoy, Rankle; produce irritation or resentment


Gadfly

  1. animal-biting fly

  2. an irritating person

Baffle: frustrate, confuse, perplex, annoy due to frustration

Irksome

annoying; tedious




Irk

to make irritated, or bored




Gall

  1. to annoy, irritate

  2. bitterness, nerve: feelings of worry or anxiety




Chafe

    1. to irritate, vex

    2. warm by rubbing




Chagrin

irritation, vexation caused by humiliation or injured pride; disappointment




Frustrate

to make sb feel annoyed or impatient because they cannot do or achieve what they want


Nuisance


annoyance






















PERSON WHO COULD BE EASILY IRRITATED

Irascible

irritable; easily angered




Petulant







Peevish







Touchy

sensitive, irascible




Bad-tempered







Ill-tempered





Hot-tempered








Grouchy

bad-tempered and often complaining




Choleric

hot-tempered




Splenetic

peevish




Bilious

  1. suffering from a liver complaint

  2. peevishly ill humored




Crabbed

Sour; peevish (often due to old age)




Cantankerous

ill-humored; irritable




Cranky







Fractious

unruly; disobedient; irritable


Tantrum


  1. a fit of bad temper, petulance

  2. caprice






















GHOST

Phantom







Spectral

ghostly, connected with a ghost




Vampire

ghost that sucks the blood of the living




Apparition







Spook







Specter





Wraith







Poltergeist

noisy and mischievous ghost held to be responsible for mysterious noises

Ghastly: horrible

Jabberwocky

meaningless speech or writing: related to ghosts




Incorporeal

lacking physical form or material body






















HINT, CLUE

Insinuate







Inkling







Implication







Innuendo







Intimate

  1. hint, clue

  2. having a very close relation or sth very close




Intuition







Hunch

  1. hint, clue

  2. hump, bend forward




Adumbration

























FUTURE TELLING/ FUTURE RELATED

Foreshadow

give an indication beforehand


Forestall: prevent by taking action in advance

Foresight

  1. ability to see future

  2. prudence, cautious, careful




Foretell







Foresee







Portend







Portent

sign; omen; forewarning: a sign or warning of sth that will happen in future, esp. when it is sth unpleasant




Presage







Forewarning

to warn in advance




Prefigure





Prescience


ability to foretell or foresee the future




Presentiment

feeling sth will happen esp. sth unpleasant; anticipatory fear; premonition




Prescient

ability to foretell or foresee the future




Forewarning

warn in advance




Premonition

forewarning; esp. sth unpleasant




Apocalyptic

prophetic; pertaining to revelations; describing very serious damage and destruction in future




Augury







Omen

signs relating to future events: usually bad




Prophecy

a statement that sth will happen in the future





Foresight







Prophetic







Soothsayer







Bode







Foreboding

premonition of evil or sth bad




Divination







Precognition







Divine

  1. related to GOD or coming from GOD

  2. perceive intuitively: to discover by intuition

  3. foresee the future

  4. pure (religiously)

Dowse: search for a source of under-ground mineral or water


Forecast







Oracular

  1. prophetic

  2. mysterious or ambiguous

  3. uttered as if with divine authority or when deity of GOD speaks

  4. dictatorial

Prognosis: forecasted course of a disease or illness; prediction, foretell or forecast

Cassandra

one who predicts misfortune or disaster




Clairvoyant







Sibylline

future teller




Prognosticate























DISORDER/ DISEASE


Amnesia

Loss of memory




Aphasia

loss of speech due to injury (brain) or illness




Anorexia

Loss of appetite




Dyslexia

inability to read, write and spell




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