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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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Miffed over Sheila's comments, Sonia had urged all senior leaders to refrain from criticising each other in public.
Charlton looked especially miffed at the final whistle, shaking his head in apparent dismay, the report added.
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.
There might be Trekkies who're miffed the Pope 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.
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.
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.
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.
He cannot understand the price and is also miffed that the club has not given him a contract to match his sky-high valuation.
Immense amounts of money were squandered, reputations were tarnished, and the consumer was left, as is so often the case, chagrined, puzzled, shortchanged, miffed.
Miffed Colombian Defense Minister Luis Fernando Ramirez quickly let it be know he wanted to join the summit.
The doctors and nurses were subsequently miffed, Harry reports, when they found out he was "only a reporter.
It also satisfies his penchant for decontextualizing the texts he teaches and writes about; he admits to being miffed when he had "to contend with helpful teaching assistants who ran off copies of 'On My First Son' for the students" in his introductory classes at Berkeley, "to get .