|ärtymys englanniksi||annoy, vexation|
*: Say, what can more our tortured souls annoy / Than to behold, admire, and lose our joy?
: ux|en|Marc loved his sister, but when she annoyed him he wanted to switch her off.
: to annoy an army by impeding its march, or by a cannonade
*: tapers put into lanterns or sconces of several-coloured, oiled paper, that the wind might not annoy them
*: I merveyle me wonder faste / How ony man may lyve or laste / In such peyne and such brennyng, / [...] In such annoy contynuely.
*: We that suffer long annoy / Are contented with a thought / Through an idle fancy wrought: / O let my joys have some abiding!
*: if she says he was defeated, why he had better a great deal have been defeated, than give her a moments annoy.
*: Sleepe in Peace, and wake in Ioy, / Good Angels guard thee from the Boares annoy [...].
*: The home far and away, the distance where lives joy, / The cure, at once and ever, of world and worlds annoy [...].
*: He gave the doctor a look of vexation. He was surprised to see him, and resented the intrusion.