annoyance

Annoyance vs Adversity - What's the difference?

annoyance | adversity | Related terms |

Annoyance is a related term of adversity.


In countable|lang=en terms the difference between annoyance and adversity

is that annoyance is (countable) an act or instance of annoying while adversity is (countable) an event that is adverse; calamity.

In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between annoyance and adversity

is that annoyance is (uncountable) the psychological state of being annoyed or irritated while adversity is (uncountable) the state of adverse conditions; state of misfortune or calamity.

As nouns the difference between annoyance and adversity

is that annoyance is (countable) that which annoys while adversity is (uncountable) the state of adverse conditions; state of misfortune or calamity.

Turmoil vs Annoyance - What's the difference?

turmoil | annoyance | Related terms |

Turmoil is a related term of annoyance.


As nouns the difference between turmoil and annoyance

is that turmoil is a state of great disorder or uncertainty while annoyance is (countable) that which annoys.

As a verb turmoil

is (obsolete|intransitive) to be disquieted or confused; to be in commotion.

Grouchiness vs Annoyance - What's the difference?

grouchiness | annoyance |


As nouns the difference between grouchiness and annoyance

is that grouchiness is the characteristic or quality of being grouchy while annoyance is (countable) that which annoys.

Brawl vs Annoyance - What's the difference?

brawl | annoyance | Related terms |

Brawl is a related term of annoyance.


As nouns the difference between brawl and annoyance

is that brawl is a fight, usually with a large number of people involved while annoyance is (countable) that which annoys.

As a verb brawl

is to engage in a brawl; to fight or quarrel.

Arrogance vs Annoyance - What's the difference?

arrogance | annoyance |


As nouns the difference between arrogance and annoyance

is that arrogance is the act or habit of arrogating, or making undue claims in an overbearing manner; that species of pride which consists in exorbitant claims of rank, dignity, estimation, or power, or which exalts the worth or importance of the person to an undue degree; proud contempt of others; lordliness; haughtiness; self-assumption; presumption while annoyance is (countable) that which annoys.

Persecution vs Annoyance - What's the difference?

persecution | annoyance |


As nouns the difference between persecution and annoyance

is that persecution is persecution while annoyance is (countable) that which annoys.

Irk vs Annoyance - What's the difference?

irk | annoyance |


As a verb irk

is to irritate; annoy; bother.

As a noun annoyance is

(countable) that which annoys.

Annoyance vs Infuriation - What's the difference?

annoyance | infuriation |


As nouns the difference between annoyance and infuriation

is that annoyance is (countable) that which annoys while infuriation is anger, rage or fury.

Annoyance vs Fash - What's the difference?

annoyance | fash |


As nouns the difference between annoyance and fash

is that annoyance is (countable) that which annoys while fash is (scotland|geordie|northern england) a worry; trouble; bother.

As a verb fash is

(scotland|geordie|northern england) to worry; to bother, annoy.

Nark vs Annoyance - What's the difference?

nark | annoyance |


As nouns the difference between nark and annoyance

is that nark is (british|slang) a police spy or informer or nark can be (narcotics officer) while annoyance is (countable) that which annoys.

As a verb nark

is (slang) to serve or behave as a spy or informer.

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