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Noun
Sources of irritation
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Tests of someone's abilities or internal fortitude
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Plural for a person or thing that causes annoyance or difficulty
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“If they think they're going to get somewhere, they'll never stop being a bother, nor will they themselves be at rest.”
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Plural for a feeling of annoyance or irritation at someone or something
“As for the Italian language, it passed more and more outside my mind and purpose, so much so that the comprehension of any author at all more difficult than Metastasio caused me great bother.”
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Plural for effort expended, or inconvenience experienced, in doing something
“I'll give you the answer, to save you the bother of looking it up.”
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Plural for a troublesome or difficult situation
“It would seem that I have now gotten myself into a spot of bother with the authorities.”
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Plural for a typically loud state of activity or disturbance
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“There appeared to be a spot of bother in the tavern nearby.”
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Plural for a state of (typically public) dissatisfaction, disturbance, or agitation
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Plural for a cause of great distress or annoyance
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Plural for the state or fact of being troublesome or difficult
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Plural for a burden or ordeal that must be endured or overcome
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Plural for a great feeling or state of being sad or distressed
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Plural for hate
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Plural for a boastful or ostentatious display
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To harass, annoy, or cause trouble to (someone)
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“These journalists constantly bother me with their ridiculous questions.”
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To cause unease to one's mental or emotional state
“Giorgio's constant obsession with ancient aliens is starting to bother me.”
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To care or be concerned about something
“Johannes had mentioned how busy his mother was these days, how she didn't have time to bother about what the apartment looked like.”
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To go to the trouble of doing something
“The privy council had to remind those who did bother to turn up not to carry guns or to engage in feuding with one another.”
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To demand earnestly or pressingly
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To be involved in
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To interfere in matters that are not one's concern
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To continue to bring up as a point of contention
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To approach and speak to boldly or aggressively
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To damage, erode, or destroy by friction or use
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To impede the work or progress of
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To intrude or interfere on a conversation or activity
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Suffer violent involuntary contraction of the muscles, producing contortion of the body or limbs
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