pesky sports injuries require a visit to the handsome and charming Dr. Jordan Metzl.
But hey, aside from pesky SAVAK, the '70s in Iran were a blast, my parents always insisted.
So Rangel, bereft of that narrative, chose instead to question the intelligence of a pesky, inquisitorial journalist.
And friends hasten to point out that McCain has traditionally always been a conservative, despite that pesky maverick label.
Isn't it time Kate took a lesson from her grandmother-in-law and weighted down those skirts against the pesky wind?
Well, a pesky cowboy did what I had not been able to do, and the two came to have me tie the conjugal knot.
I expected you'd spend your money on some pesky gimcrack or other.
Now wherever the enraged and frantic Duke headed, the pesky, yapping, snapping dog was under his nose.
I tick, tick, tick all day over this pesky business, but I don't get anywheres.
Come along, Colonel; it looks like we was a-goin to larn morn Mendoza himself ever did; an all through a pesky steer!
Vexatious; annoying; pesty
[1775+; origin unknown]