: A playground bully pushed a girl off the swing.
: I noticed you being a bully towards people with disabilities.
*: Bullies seldom execute the threats they deal in.
: "Bully Bottom" from A Midsummer Nights Dream, III, i, 6.
: You shouldnt bully people for being gay.
: a bully horse
*: Bless thee, bully doctor.
: Shes finally leaving her abusive husband — bully for her!
: I caught one of the Rolling Stones first gigs in Richmond.
: Hey, when are we gonna get that hotel gig again?
*: Whether you want to have some occasional translation gigs or turn freelance translating into your fulltime occupation, youll need to know some essential things ...
: I had this gig as a file clerk but it wasnt my style so I left.
: Hey, that guys got a great gig over at the bike shop. He hardly works all day!
*: the room grew stifling warm and vapor clung to the windowpanes, blurring the throng of people still milling outside the courthouse, a row of tethered gigs and buggies, distant pine trees in a scrawny, ragged grove.
*: The captains gig still lies before ye whole and sound, / It shall carry all o we.
: I received gigs for having buttons undone.
: The Stones were gigging around Richmond at the time
: His older cousin was just gigging him about being in love with that girl from school.
: His sergeant gigged him for an unmade bunk.
: This picture is almost a gig; dont you wanna resize it?
: How much music does it hold? A hundred and twenty gigs.
: rfquotek|DrydenWebster 1913
*: 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 was so filled with spite for his ex-wife, he could not hold down a job.
: They did it just for spite.
*: This is the deadly spite that angers.
: "The time is out of joint: O cursed spite." Shakespeare, Hamlet
: She soon married again, to spite her ex-husband.
: The Danes, then ... pagans, spited places of religion. — Fuller.
: Darius, spited at the Magi, endeavoured to abolish not only their learning, but their language. — Sir. W. Temple.
: ux|en|The northern slopes were covered mainly in pine.
*: The roses wither and the lilies pine.
: Laura was pining for Bill all the time he was gone.
*: Long lay the world in sin and error pining / Till He appear’d and the soul felt its worth
*: One is pined in prison, another tortured on the rack.
*: He...suffered them to tease him into acts directly opposed to his strongest inclinations.
*: Not by the force of carnal reason, / But indefatigable teasing.
*: "My tastes," he said, still smiling, "incline me to the garishly sunlit side of this planet." And, to tease her and arouse her to combat: "I prefer a farandole to a nocturne; Id rather have a painting than an etching; Mr. Whistler bores me with his monochromatic mud; I dont like dull colours, dull sounds, dull intellects;nb...."
: Ten Biblical plagues over Egypt, ranging from locusts to the death of the crown prince, finally forced Pharaoh to let Mosess people go.
: Bart is an utter plague; his pranks never cease.
: Natural catastrophes plagued the colonists till they abandoned the pestilent marshland.
*: In that tyme Herode the kynge layed hondes on certayne of the congregacion, to vexe them.
: Billys professor was vexed by his continued failure to improve his [[grade]]s.
*: some English wool, vexed in a Belgian loom
*: White curl the waves, and the vexed ocean roars.
*: In my old home, I always knew that John and my master were my friends; but here, although in many ways I was well treated, I had no friend. York might have known, and very likely did know, how that rein harassed me; but I suppose he took it as a matter of course that could not be helped; at any rate nothing was done to relieve me.
: [[:w:Nazis|Nazis]] and their sympathizers harassed [[:w:Jews|Jews]] and [[:w:Gypsies|Gypsies]] in the early 1940s.
*: They have molested the church with needless opposition.
: He kept badgering her about her bad habits.
: Promise that you wont heckle me after my performance.
: I went through a lot of hassle to be the first to get a ticket.
: The unlucky boy was hassled by a gang of troublemakers on his way home.