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miffed

mod. angry. She was a little miffed when I failed to show up, but she calmed down after a while.
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USA], Feb 27 ( ANI ): Miffed with the high import duty imposed by India on the Harley-Davidson motorbikes, United States President Donald Trump yet again imitated Prime Minister Narendra Modi, sans the Indian accent, this time.
Miffed over Sheila's comments, Sonia had urged all senior leaders to refrain from criticising each other in public.
Patna : Bihar's BJP leaders are miffed after Chief Minister Nitish Kumar did not allow BJP MP Kirti Azad to speak at a meeting with officials yesterday.
Lufthansa, another operator, is clearly miffed, reports indicating that the service has been well received by customers, with as many as 40 people using the service at one time on long haul flights.
Shunned and maligned by the author's mother (in spite of her ignorant prejudice we grow to care about this strong-willed Southern lady, and mourn her inevitable passing) he refuses to get miffed at his mother-in-law or at the seemingly endless parade of animals, large and small, adopted, injured, and recuperating, that fill his home--or if he does, we never hear about it.
There might even be Trekkies who're miffed that he didn't speak in Vulcan, but even Mr Spock would think that was a little nemuyauk (sad).
Complete with a phone number, the sticker urges miffed motorists to dial in and snitch on irresponsible teen drivers.
After sending President Carter a letter calling to deport Iranian protesters, Bob Hope got miffed when he received only a form letter in response.
I MUST ADMIT I WAS A BIT MIFFED AT THE RESPONSES TO Bishop Kevin Dowling's November Sounding Board ("Let's not condemn condoms in the fight against AIDS") that were so quick to condemn women like Lydia--women in Africa who have no family and no support system.
So officials in Ohio were understandably miffed when they learned the nation's largest Ohio buckeye (Aesculus glabra var.
Hepburn was miffed at Laurents on business grounds--he'd declined to sell a script to one of her friends--but she chose to diss his sexually.
Miffed they would not let him live with them he spitefully told Elizabeth of their plans to sell the meadow and maintaining she should have a share of the profits - and she agrees.
I mean, I get a little miffed at Jennifer Love Hewitt for the way she carries on with other guys, but I think I might be a little out of bounds since I've never actually met her.
If seen in this light, the publicity Perret attracted with Notre Dame du Raincy (1922-23) might be better understood, as might the polemics it generated -- particularly among Catholic architects miffed to be pipped at the post by a heathen.
Ruggiero was said to be especially miffed by the derisive comments of Giulio Tremonti, the influential finance minister.