irritably, he complies, but when the stewardess moves on, he reclines the chair again, muttering balefully under his breath.
"Then for goodness sake let her go home, and stay there till she is better," said the Colonel, irritably.
"I wish Bosambo were to the devil before he left his country," said Sanders, irritably.
The intercom buzzed again, and Gelsen irritably punched a button.
"Not that way; of course not," the young man said irritably.
"You are certainly the most economical man I ever saw," declared the Prince, irritably.
He waited a moment, then said irritably: "Well, well, we go to music then!"
The latter carried it irritably past him without filling his glass.
"Because it is absolutely necessary," Sir Charles said irritably.
“Writing is such a nuisance when one wants to talk to a person,” he thought, irritably.
irritable ir·ri·ta·ble (ĭr'ĭ-tə-bəl)
Capable of reacting to a stimulus.
Abnormally sensitive to a stimulus.