annoyed him Portugalski
Her tears and sobs annoyed him.
The formal monotonous ticking of the Louis Quatorze clock annoyed him.
But the distraction and indifference of his present audience were annoying him greatly. He would hasten back to the studio, in feverish excitement, to communicate the latest gratifying news to Desnoyers
Desnoyers did not doubt but that there was some truth in all this. Madariaga was an impossible character, but feeling a certain sympathy with the Frenchman, had tried not to annoy him with his irritability.
It annoyed him, too, to have his family everlastingly holding up as a model this pedant who only knew life as it is in books, and passed his existence
First he had to wear a cloth round him, which annoyed him horribly; and then he had to learn about money, which he did not in the least understand, and about plowing, of which he did not see the use.
The child annoyed him with questions.
Try not to annoy him.
He became forgetful, which annoyed him intensely.
I didn't say a word for fear I should annoy him.