Her backbone was irritatingly pliable—somewhat like a wet rag in stiffness.
She spoke to the horse, who moved on at an irritatingly slow pace.
Yet, distasteful as the impending interview promised to be, the master was vaguely and irritatingly disappointed.
He was a man of middle age, irritatingly careless about his appearance.
"O, come off—come off—that's more o' your old five-to-one gas," said Si irritatingly.
"I cannot wait so long, old man," said Edwards irritatingly.
And his questions were to the point, and irritatingly categorical.
So the man lay still and suffered, not intensely, but irritatingly.
Mayhan laughed irritatingly; so irritatingly that his questioner was tempted to silence him with his fist.
Harry laughed, and so irritatingly that had his name been Thomas I should have struck him.