bothersome

[both-er-suhm]
adjective
causing annoyance or worry; troublesome.

Origin:
1825–35; bother + -some1


annoying, irritating, irksome, vexing, vexatious, galling.
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bothersome (ˈbɒðəsəm)
 
adj
causing bother; troublesome

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Example sentences
These beetles are especially bothersome on roses and peonies.
And if air quality problems in your area continue to be bothersome, consider
  picking up and moving.
It is bothersome to think of the possible benefits that your disclosed and
  continued work could have produced.
Airport security could be made less bothersome for low-risk travellers, but
  privacy concerns remain.
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