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vexatious

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvexatiousvex‧a‧tious /vekˈseɪʃəs/ adjective old-fashioned  ANNOYmaking you feel annoyed or worriedvexatiously adverb
Examples from the Corpus
vexatiousNo doubt it was very vexatious to Lanfranc, especially since he doubted whether their so-called saints deserved this title at all.
From Longman Business Dictionaryvexatiousvex‧a‧tious /vekˈseɪʃəs/ adjectiveLAW vexatious legal actions are not serious or based on the truth, but are done only to annoy someoneWe may have found a way to get aroundvexatious shareholderlitigation.
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