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Ways of emphasizing when you are annoyed or angry - thesaurus

Synonyms

hell

interjection

informal used for showing that you are angry or annoyed

for heaven’s sake/sakes

used for emphasizing that you are annoyed or impatient with someone

for pity’s sake

used for showing you are annoyed with someone

for crying out loud

used for expressing anger

what’s that supposed to mean?

used when you are annoyed or offended by something that someone has just said

what’s the big idea?

used for asking someone why they have done something that you think is wrong or annoying

give me strength

used for saying that you feel annoyed about something

give me a break

used for showing that you are annoyed by something someone has said or done, or that you do not think that what they have said is true

brother

interjection

used for showing that you are surprised or annoyed

darn

interjection

informal used when you are annoyed about something

eish

interjection

South African an exclamation that shows surprise, annoyance, regret, or some other feeling

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about time

spoken used for showing that you are annoyed because something has happened later than it should

all someone ever does/wants/gets etc.

used for emphasizing that the same thing happens all the time, especially when this is annoying

blasted

adjective

spoken used for emphasizing that you are annoyed with someone or something

blessed

adjective

spoken used for emphasizing that you are annoyed about something

blow/sod, etc. /this/that for a lark

used for saying that you are tired of doing something

can/could do without something

spoken used for saying that something is annoying you and causing problems for you

can’t/don’t believe it

used when something annoys you

constant

adjective

used for emphasizing that something is annoying because it is continuous

could

modal verb

spoken used for showing that you are annoyed at the way someone has behaved

dang

interjection

American used when you are disappointed or annoyed

darn

adjective

informal used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are annoyed about something

darn it/you/him etc.

informal used when you are annoyed about something

dear God

used for expressing strong emotion, especially anger or shock

forever doing something

used for emphasizing that someone does something very often, and that this is very annoying

forget it

used for showing that you are annoyed because you think someone’s comment or suggestion is completely unreasonable

for goodness sake

used for showing that you are annoyed, impatient, worried, or surprised

God/Lord in heaven

used for showing that you are extremely annoyed

good riddance (to)

used for saying that you are pleased to be free of someone or something that is annoying or unpleasant

heck

interjection

informal used for showing that you are annoyed or surprised

here we go again

used when something annoying starts to happen again

hold it

used for showing that something has made you angry or surprised

honestly

adverb

spoken used for expressing slight anger at someone

humph

interjection

used for showing that you are annoyed or do not approve of something

if you must know

used for answering someone in an annoyed way

I like that

used for emphasizing that what someone has just said is rude or unfair

indeed

adverb

mainly Britishspoken used for showing that you are surprised or annoyed by what someone has told you

(it’s a) pity

used for saying that you are disappointed about something

it’s/that’s/this is not funny

used for telling someone that you are annoyed by something they are doing

look what you’ve done

used when you are annoyed with someone and want them to look at the result of their action

lovely

adjective

used about something that you are annoyed about

man

interjection

informal used for expressing surprise, admiration, anger, etc.

might

modal verb

spoken used for showing that you are annoyed with someone because they have not done something that they should do

not

adverb

spoken used for showing that you are surprised, annoyed, or disappointed by something that has just happened or that you have just heard about

not another

used when something annoying or boring that has happened several times before is starting to happen again

nuts

interjection

informal used for showing that you are annoyed by something

oh

interjection

used for expressing an emotion such as surprise, anger, or happiness

phooey

interjection

informal used for showing that you are annoyed or disappointed, or that you do not believe something

precious

adjective

spoken used for showing that you are angry with someone for caring too much about someone or something

quite the little...

used when you are annoyed about what someone has done and want to make it seem less important

rotten

adjective

informal used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are angry or annoyed

shoot

interjection

used for expressing anger or disappointment

since when?

used for showing that you are surprised or annoyed by what someone has said or done, because it does not seem right, fair, or sincere

suppose

verb

spoken used in expressions such as “I suppose you think that’s funny!” when you want to show that you are angry with someone

thanks a lot

informal used for telling someone that something that they did was not helpful or kind

that’s/there’s...for you

used when you are angry or disappointed at the way you or someone else has been treated

there’s...for you

used when you are angry or disappointed at the way in which you have been treated

well

interjection

used for expressing a feeling such as doubt, surprise, or anger

what do you mean?

used for showing that you are shocked or annoyed about something that someone has told you

what/how/when etc. do you expect...?

used for telling someone in a slightly annoyed way that something is not possible or reasonable

what/why must...?

used for showing that you are unhappy or angry about a situation

who is someone to do something?

used for saying that someone does not have the right to do something

words fail me

used for emphasizing that you are very pleased, surprised, or angry

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