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miffed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmiffedmiffed /mɪft/ adjective spoken  ANNOYslightly annoyed or upset I felt a bit miffed that no one had told me about the trip.
Examples from the Corpus
miffedBank customers are notoriously slow to shift their business, even if they are miffed.Tess was a little miffed that Sean didn't bother to call her.
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