John Batchelor talks to Republicans who say Ryan's peeved his ideas were bypassed—and reports more turmoil on the right.
Major General Avi Zamir was so peeved that he reportedly called a boycott of Refaeli-endorsed products.
One peeved manager of upscale villas in Lamu complains of having received as many as 500 cancellations.
Annie Martin is still too peeved to rationally discuss comic Steve Harvey.
James Murdoch will return next month to face more cross-examination from the peeved parliamentarians.
His voice, true to type, was high and slightly cracked as he spoke to the girl after an instant of peeved scrutiny.
Sandy tried last year, but they dropped him to the Second and he got peeved and quit.
"peeved about somethin' this mornin'," one of them drawled to the rider whose knee pressed his.
Mack was peeved because Betty liked Timand about the lunches and notes and shows.
But I always borrow some youngsters for my poor widow act when I think I'm being shadowed; so you needn't get peeved.
Annoyed; irritated; irked: He got peeved (1908+)
: You probably have a long list of peeves (1911+)
To annoy; irritate: That crap really peeves me (1908+)
[by back formation fr peeved, which in turn derives by back formation fr peevish, fr Middle English peivish, ''perverse, wayward, capricious,'' perhaps fr Latin perversus]