Richard Porton talks to him about why Obama has “failed” and why Herman Cain is “an annoyance.”
"At first this was an annoyance," Forstmann told The Daily Beast in his first public remarks on this feud.
She then expressed her annoyance that the leader of the Oklahoma mosque where Nolan had worshipped refused to appear on her show.
For those watching in person, his show of annoyance seemed a minor detail, not part of the debate itself.
He sits down on the pavement and kicks his feet, as if in annoyance.
Sometimes poisons are administered, not for the purpose of destroying life, but of causing some slight injury or annoyance.
Illogically, he felt it was all Bill's fault that he must endure this annoyance.
This was much to the annoyance of Callie, the impatient chambermaid, who wanted to get her work done.
He bit his lip in his annoyance, shivering with a presentiment.
In spite of his smile she saw that there was a tinge of annoyance in the look he fixed upon her.
late 14c., "act of annoying," from Old French enoiance "ill-humor, irritation," from anuiant, present participle of anuier "to be troublesome, annoy, harass" (see annoy). Meaning "state of being annoyed" is from c.1500. Earlier, annoying was used in the sense of "act of offending" (c.1300), and a noun annoy (c.1200) in a sense "feeling of irritation, displeasure, distaste."