So Rangel, bereft of that narrative, chose instead to question the intelligence of a pesky, inquisitorial journalist.
The problem: pesky state child labor laws requiring that minors work a maximum eight hours a day when school is not in session.
Isn't it time Kate took a lesson from her grandmother-in-law and weighted down those skirts against the pesky wind?
pesky sports injuries require a visit to the handsome and charming Dr. Jordan Metzl.
But hey, aside from pesky SAVAK, the '70s in Iran were a blast, my parents always insisted.
Well, a pesky cowboy did what I had not been able to do, and the two came to have me tie the conjugal knot.
I tick, tick, tick all day over this pesky business, but I don't get anywheres.
Now wherever the enraged and frantic Duke headed, the pesky, yapping, snapping dog was under his nose.
The pesky calf should be treated right, if it took the whole barrel.
Come along, Colonel; it looks like we was a-goin to larn morn Mendoza himself ever did; an all through a pesky steer!
Vexatious; annoying; pesty
[1775+; origin unknown]