The word of the day is:

an⋅noyed

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–verb (used with object)

1. to disturb or bother (a person) in a way that displeases, troubles, or slightly irritates.
2. to molest; harm.
–verb (used without object)

3. to be bothersome or troublesome.
–noun

4. Archaic. an annoyance.


Origin:
1250–1300; (v.) ME an(n)oien, enoien anoier, anuier to molest, harm, tire inodiāre to cause aversion, from L phrase mihi in odiō est … I dislike …; cf. in- 2 , odium, ennui, noisome; (n.) ME a(n)noi, ennoi a(n)nui, etc., deriv. of the v.

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