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Definition of "irksomeness" [irksomeness]

  • The state of being irksome; vexatiousness; tediousness; wearisomeness. (noun)

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Use "irksomeness" in a sentence
  • "Then we will begin to know each other, and we will no longer be tormented by the irksomeness of writing."
  • "But it was worth a moment of irksomeness to taste the pure night air again."
  • "These may think it a great thing to have everything, as they suppose, their own way–to depend on no one–to have to think of nothing out of sight, to be without the irksomeness of continual acknowledgment, continual prayer, continual reference of what they do to the will of another."