Synonym: annoyance, bother, irritation, pest, trouble. Similar words: obeisance, malfeasance, renaissance, reconnaissance, partisan, misanthropy, sanctity, sanction. Meaning: ['nuːsns /'nju-] n. 1. (law) a broad legal concept including anything that disturbs the reasonable use of your property or endangers life and health or is offensive 2. a bothersome annoying person.
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1) I've forgotten my umbrella - what a nuisance!
2) The rail strike is a bloody nuisance.
3) You are a confounded nuisance. Stop pestering me.
4) The dogs next door are a real nuisance.
5) Don't be such a nuisance.
6) Don't make a nuisance of yourself.
7) It's an awful nuisance having builders in the house all day.
8) He was a boring nuisance! I'm glad to be rid of him.
9) He's a damn nuisance!
10) He was a nuisance and we're all well rid of him .
11) It's a flipping nuisance!
12) The dog is a terrible nuisance.
13) He's such an effing nuisance!
14) This work is a cursed nuisance.
15) This rail strike is a bloody nuisance.
16) It's a nuisance having to go back tomorrow.
17) Door-to-door salesmen are a public nuisance.
18) She's generally regarded as a nuisance.
19) He was charged with committing a public nuisance.
20) I hope you're not making a nuisance of yourself.
21) He was charged with committing public nuisance.
22) Sorry to be a nuisance.
23) An answering service can screen out nuisance calls.
24) It's a bit of a nuisance.
25) That dog is perpetual nuisance.
26) Stop making a nuisance of yourself !
27) The nightclub has been declared a public nuisance .
28) What a nuisance! I've forgotten my ticket.
29) He was charged with causing a public nuisance.
30) Back in the 1980s drug users were a public nuisance in Zurich.
More similar words: obeisance, malfeasance, renaissance, reconnaissance, partisan, misanthropy, sanctity, sanction, sanctuary, incessant, sanctimonious, incessantly, cancer, dance, cancel, nuance, dancer, glance, stance, france, chance, penance, finance, alliance, advance, balance, romance, fiancee, enhance, substance.