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Irritably

ˈɪr.ɪ.tə.bli

Meanings of Irritably:

adverb

In a way that shows that you become annoyed very easily

Usage examples:

"let her read," someone said irritably., she sighed, and tapped her fingers irritably on the table.

Irritant

ˈɪr.ɪ.tənt

Meanings of Irritant:

noun

A substance that causes slight inflammation or other discomfort to the body.

Usage examples:

A powerful skin irritant
adjective

Causing slight inflammation or other discomfort to the body.

Usage examples:

Chlorine bleaches can be irritant to the skin

Irritants

ˈɪrɪt(ə)nt

Meanings of Irritants:

noun

A substance that causes slight inflammation or other discomfort to the body.

Usage examples:

A powerful skin irritant
adjective

Causing slight inflammation or other discomfort to the body.

Usage examples:

Chlorine bleaches can be irritant to the skin

Irritated

ˈɪr.ɪ.teɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Irritated:

adjective

Showing or feeling slight anger; annoyed.

Usage examples:

The irritated look on alec's face
verb

Make (someone) annoyed or a little angry.

Usage examples:

His tone irritated her

Meanings of Irritates:

verb

Make (someone) annoyed or a little angry.

Usage examples:

His tone irritated her

Irritating

ˈɪr.ɪ.teɪ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Irritating:

adjective

Causing annoyance, impatience, or mild anger.

Usage examples:

An irritating child
verb

Make (someone) annoyed or a little angry.

Usage examples:

His tone irritated her

Irritatingly

ˈɪrɪteɪtɪŋli

Meanings of Irritatingly:

adverb

In a manner that causes annoyance, impatience, or mild anger.

Usage examples:

He keeps humming irritatingly

Irritation

ɪrɪˈteɪʃn

Meanings of Irritation:

noun

The state of feeling annoyed, impatient, or slightly angry.

Usage examples:

Much to my irritation, chris fell asleep

Meanings of Irritations:

noun

The state of feeling annoyed, impatient, or slightly angry.

Usage examples:

Much to my irritation, chris fell asleep

Irrotational

ˌɪrəʊˈteɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l

Meanings of Irrotational:

adjective

(especially of fluid motion) not rotational; having no rotation.

Usage examples:

The fluid is irrotational at all points, except next to a vortex street wake behind the fish.

Irrupt

ɪˈrʌpt

Meanings of Irrupt:

verb

Enter somewhere forcibly or suddenly.

Usage examples:

Absurdities continually irrupt into the narrative

Irrupted

ɪˈrʌpt

Meanings of Irrupted:

verb

Enter somewhere forcibly or suddenly.

Usage examples:

Absurdities continually irrupt into the narrative

Irrupting

ɪˈrʌpt

Meanings of Irrupting:

verb

Enter somewhere forcibly or suddenly.

Usage examples:

Absurdities continually irrupt into the narrative

Irrupts

ɪˈrʌpt

Meanings of Irrupts:

verb

Enter somewhere forcibly or suddenly.

Usage examples:

Absurdities continually irrupt into the narrative

Meanings of Irs:

abbreviation

(in the us) internal revenue service.

noun

Abbreviation for internal revenue service (= the part of the us treasury department that collects most taxes owed to the federal government, including income tax)

Irvingite

ˈəːvɪŋʌɪt

Meanings of Irvingite:

noun

A member of the catholic apostolic church, which followed the teachings of edward irving (1792–1834), who was originally a minister of the church of scotland.

Usage examples:

It manifested in the irvingite movement in scotland that gave rise to the catholic apostolic church…

Is

ʌɪ

Meanings of Is:

abbreviation

Isaiah (in biblical references).

verb

Exist.

Usage examples:

There are no easy answers
noun

The ninth letter of the alphabet.

Meanings of Is the pope catholic?:

phrase

Used to indicate that something is blatantly obvious.

Usage examples:

Did he bet that day? is the pope catholic?
idiom

Used to say that the answer to a question you have just been asked is obviously 'yes'

Meanings of Isaac:

proper noun

(in the bible) a hebrew patriarch, son of abraham and sarah and father of jacob and esau.

Isabella

ˌɪzəˈbɛlə

Meanings of Isabella:

noun

A wild grape-bearing vine native to the eastern us.

Isagogics

ˌʌɪsəˈɡɒdʒɪks

Meanings of Isagogics:

plural noun

Introductory study, especially of the literary and external history of the bible prior to exegesis.

Usage examples:

Because this book is not an introduction in the usual sense, its classroom use should be complement…

Meanings of Isaiah:

proper noun

A major hebrew prophet of judah in the 8th century bc, who taught the supremacy of the god of israel and emphasized the moral demands on worshippers.

Isallobar

ʌɪˈsalə(ʊ)bɑː

Meanings of Isallobar:

noun

A line on a map connecting points at which the barometric pressure has changed by an equal amount during a specified time.

Usage examples:

Thus an isallobar would join all places in an area that show a change of +2 millibars, another -1 m…

Isangoma

saŋˈɡɔːma

Meanings of Isangoma:

noun

(in southern africa) a traditional healer or diviner.

Usage examples:

As a sangoma (traditional healer) who is also medically qualified, i see modern approaches to aids …

Isatin

ˈʌɪsətɪn

Meanings of Isatin:

noun

A red crystalline compound used in the manufacture of dyes.

Usage examples:

Some of the major known ingredients of the root not listed above include indoxyl-beta-glucoside, be…

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