Causing irritation or distress; vexatious.(adjective)
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Use "nettlesome" in a sentence
"In his autobiography, "Tales Out of School," he described the central board of education as a "nettlesome" body whose "time-wasting intrusions and demands" made his job impossible."
"Moreover, Mr. Singh runs a coalition government that has seen major economic initiatives scotched by nettlesome allies."
"There was also the nettlesome question of where the new roads would actually go."