/ (ˈskʌnəd) /
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adjective dialect, mainly Scot
annoyed, discontented, or bored
nauseated or disgusted, esp from a surfeit of food, drink, etc
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Word Origin for scunnered
C15: of unknown origin
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How to use scunnered in a sentence
It was always like that; and it always scunnered me, for I aye liked things tidy—though I never got them.The House with the Green Shutters|George Douglas Brown