torqued off

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torqued off

Particularly irritated, frustrated, or exasperated. It's no use getting torqued off just because you don't like your professor's style of teaching. I was pretty torqued off to hear that yet another local grocery store was being bought out by the huge supermarket chain.
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They're torqued off by long wait times, lost flight plans, the lack of customer service, and a perception that "local expertise" is missing from weather briefings.
A pair of mis-stretched black squares is entitled Lee Marvin/Marlon Brando, 1992, and another series of tondi combines Daniel Buren's stripes with an aureole of Jackson Pollock's dripping, but then maltreats the canvas as if it had been caught by a helicopter propeller and torqued off the frame (Skeletal Implosion, 2001).