- annual general meeting,
- annual parallax,
- annual percentage rate,
- annual report
Origin of annoying
Examples from the Web for annoyingly
Annoyingly, Dating Naked tiptoes into heavy-handedness as a few of its subjects start telling sob stories.In Praise of ‘Dating Naked’ and the Glorious Rise of Butts on Reality TV|Kevin Fallon|July 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But Free to Be wasn't politically-correct in an annoyingly preachy way.
We break down the big news stories of the day into something more like CliffsNotes than annoyingly long articles.Matt Galligan, Co-founder and CEO of Circa, Shares His Home Screen’s Apps|Matt Galligan|February 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On top of his wealth and privilege, Osbourne is annoyingly driven.
The O.C: In season three, the annoyingly perky Taylor Townsend hooked up with the dreamy “Dean of Discipline.”
The composer adequately treats this first motive in the development section so that its absence later is not annoyingly felt.Unicorns|James Huneker
The soughing of the pine-tree was annoyingly continuous to Orrin's ear; the fire-flashes were silent.Jessamine|Marion Harland
The workpeople, to be sure—riggers and what not—were most annoyingly slow, but time cured that.Treasure Island|Robert Louis Stevenson
He had long had the idea that they did, and this belief had been annoyingly corroborated by the cocksureness of Yates.In the Midst of Alarms|Robert Barr
These last had to be reached by post, a most annoyingly slow means of communication—mais que voulez-vous?