For most New Yorkers, there are few things as irksome as strangers accosting you on the street.
If Margaret was going to add coquetry to her numerous other faults, his life would be irksome enough!
The bedclothes were warm and irksome, and that confounded plaster had begun to itch.
At first the resumption of routine after years of indolence was irksome and exhausting.
It was long; it was irksome; he ached all through with the effort but still he persisted.
The Reader will be detained a very little longer with these irksome scenes.
This soon became so irksome that they rose and went to one of the windows.
In short, does it not appear that these conventionalities are irksome, and are disregarded when the chance presents itself?
It was irksome—it was even heart-breaking at times; but Joe had to stand it.
I am daily steadying, and shall soon find it as natural to me to be my own master as it has been irksome to have had a master.