Bothered Sentence Examples
I saw something today that bothered me.
She didn't know why it bothered her.
I'm sorry I bothered you.
Like you've bothered to do that yet!
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I think the smoke bothered Mr. Louden too.
They never bothered me that much.
She walked towards her quarters, uncertain why his departure bothered her.
He hadn't even bothered to check on them.
If Alex had been where he could hear that for the second time tonight, it probably would have bothered him.Advertisement
He didn't care much for birthdays, yet somehow Elisabeth leaving tonight bothered him.
In 1977, so few families were educating their children at home that nobody bothered to count them.
It wasn't the kiss that bothered her so much.
That's why it bothered me so much when Martha seemed to understand so quickly.
Dean asked, the one question that had bothered him from the start.Advertisement
You're going to wish you'd never bothered to run for election.
It was his turn to protect her the way she never bothered protecting him.
There was a vulnerable note in her voice, one that bothered him.
She was surprised to find it bothered her.
It stared at her through green eyes, and she frowned, uncertain why the sight of the creature bothered her.Advertisement
Naw. Nobody bothered to challenge anyone.
That, coupled with Cynthia's strange behavior at the news of Shipton's fall bothered him far more than he'd allowed himself to believe.
It bothered Dean, the choice Annie had taken.
That one point always bothered me.
I'm surprised the office even bothered with a send off party.Advertisement
Nothing serious, but it bothered him if he ran.
Thunder had never bothered him, even as a child.
They got all hot and bothered over them too.
Real bikers weren't bothered by a little rain, he tried to tell himself, but the car radio spoke of a storm system moving up from the south, bringing with it high winds and torrential rain.
His conversation with Cece Baldwin bothered him all the way back to Parkside.
Maybe Dean's sleep-deprived brain was going in circles but something wasn't clicking, and it bothered him the rest of the night.
It wasn't the fact that she would be in the nursery that bothered him.
There was something else in her gaze and the firm set of her jaw that bothered him.
She wasn't sure which idea bothered her worst.
How would he see that no one bothered her - by having her followed?
The surprised look on his face bothered her.
Maybe that's what bothered her most.
Jessi knew there was, and it bothered her not to understand what exactly that meant for her.
What bothered him wasn't the woman in his bed.
I didn't think it bothered you.
So it had bothered him to see them together.
The idea that it bothered him enough to provoke a deal made her brow furrow.
The wounded look bothered him most, the same vulnerable expression that had disturbed him twice before.
Something about the trees' reaction to Ully bothered him. They'd cleared a path for him then tried to obstruct the Immortal. It didn't make much sense. Toby rose and walked to the nearest tree, placing his hands against it. There were no angel memories about how trees communicated, but he willed it to speak to him anyway.
The demon relented after a brief struggle, but something about its unusually quick surrender bothered her.
Unfortunately, the Department hasn't bothered to keep any of the old URLs, or provide cross-links into the new database-driven website.
Ian had the wrong diff in, but couldn't be bothered to change it, whilst Robin was feeling his way back in.
The combination of these events left CMU Coke lovers sufficiently disgruntled that no one has bothered to wire up the new machine.
Three billy goats, three magic beans, three beautiful sisters, three wicked witches or even three bothered bears.
I keep mentioning eBay and that's because it's a real gold mine if you can be bothered to wade through it all.
Scots are much more bothered about classroom indiscipline, which is why many will quietly be applauding the increase in expulsions and exclusions.
They had set out from Ireland in a boat and hadn't bothered to take any oars with them; they simply drifted.
Sometimes he called to her as he sailed past in the houseboat, but she never bothered to reply.
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The reputation was enough to ensure he made wiz without being bothered.
We are bothered a good deal by people who assume the responsibility of the world when God is neglectful.
When he saw that somebody had some problems with his work, he used to saunter away, not wanting to be bothered.
She doesn't seem bothered by her loss of hair, but I have noticed she hardly ever grooms herself.
None of them appear bothered by their conditions, and there is no scaling or inflammation.
Three of my four cats seemed relatively un-phased by the change, but I noticed that one of my cats would mess with her ears, shake her head and was bothered when her ears were touched.
The cost strained my budget and the waste going into the landfill bothered me tremendously.
My teeth were only slightly discolored and had never bothered me before.
Personally, I haven't bothered yet, but I should.
Others are not bothered by great distances between people.
Many of us love to dabble in the kitchen but don't want to be bothered with paying attention to cooking measurements.
Write down everything you have been through during the day, everything that has bothered you, your hopes and fears.
You are asked to rate how much certain anxiety symptoms have bothered you over the past week, marking them as not at all, mild, moderate, or severe.
Print it and check off the symptoms you are experiencing, how long they have bothered you and write down any other issues you have been dealing with since the trauma.
Many teens are not bothered by any stigma about wearing braces, but instead view them as a fashion statement.
As the bride, however, I can truly say that none of those things bothered me in the least.
If your partner is consistently bothered by you leaving your dirty socks on the bedroom floor, make an effort to remember putting them in the laundry hamper.
Rachael Ray may be a wiz at concocting meals in 30 minutes, but the cook/talk show hostess/author apparently can't be bothered to leave more than a buck or two when it comes to tipping.
Originally, Bacon didn't like the game and admitted that it bothered him a bit.
For men not wanting to be bothered with ironing clothes, consider wrinkle resistant items that require virtually no hassle.
If you don't want to be bothered with a pair of reading glasses, consider bifocal contacts.
If you don't want to be bothered by the hassle of wearing reading glasses or be seen in a pair of bifocals, multifocal contacts are an alternative to consider.
One Days are a great option for those who don't want to be bothered with cleaning lenses or for those who are just starting to wear contacts.
You don't get your choice of skin, but in a race against the clock you don't want to be bothered with some pattern and color combinations.
Much like winning the Masters golf tournament, I decided that once a winner, it deserved a chance to defend its title, even though Parker hasn't bothered to rate it and the best score that Wine Spectator could muster was an 88.
Usually the patient either awakens with sharp pain or is bothered by a foreign body sensation that is worse in the morning.
Some people are barely bothered, while others find the obsessions and compulsions to be profoundly traumatic and spend much time each day in compulsive actions.
While a family that is more interested in music or art may not be bothered by lack of sports, an athletic family or children with high energy will be disappointed.
Many women experience a relief from the early pregnancy symptoms that bothered them through the first trimester.
A well-rounded individual and student has a much better chance with being chosen over the girl who can't be bothered.
If you are the type who is bothered by the "see through" effect, you can wear a solid-colored bikini in a medium to medium-dark tone like cocoa brown or deep gray, which won't show through half as much as that red string bikini!
A dress with a jacket is the perfect topper for someone who enjoys layering, but who doesn't want to be bothered worrying about whether or not their look will be formal enough.
I am bothered by his attitudes toward his previous girlfriend.
You may become even more bothered by the incongruence between speech and behavior when you are trying to figure out if the person feels the same way about you as you do about him or her.
Many doctors don't like to be bothered with what they may consider unnecessary tests.
Unlike the darling flair of the mini backpack purse, leather slings mimic the fashion of lackadaisical high-schoolers who simply couldn't be bothered to use both straps on their backpack.
However, the indifferent parent is the one who couldn't be bothered with his or her child.
If you are bothered by their appearance, cover them with decorative contact paper.
Perhaps you're a lazy punk and you can't be bothered to sail over to Hot Topic on your environmentally-friendly skateboard for offensive pins and shoe accessories.
As the sultry and temperamental Sonny Corinthos on General Hospital, Maurice has been acting hot and bothered for over 15 years.
In reality, if you bothered going out to grab a sub and you're standing in line with a growling stomach, are you really going to opt for the most dreary thing on the menu?
Eric Friedman boasts undergraduate and graduate computer science degrees from Yale and his partner, James Park, never even bothered to finish his computer science degree at Harvard.
I found the daily disposable liners to be an inconvenience, and it really bothered me that all those liners were bound for the landfill.
Although she continuously delivered good photographs, her extroverted personality sometimes bothered the judges because she was sometimes considered rude.
Watching Jersey Shore, it becomes obvious that while she portrays a loud (and slightly obnoxious) personality in public, she is really quite sensitive and easily bothered by what people say to her and how she is treated.
The doll with the large blue eyes crying on the bed bothered him on more levels than he wanted to admit.
I'm not sure which bothered Alex more, having someone else shoot him or knowing he had suffered for a long time.
It wasn't what bothered him about Jessi, though he remembered why he long ago took a vow never to let anyone close to him.
The Dawkins brothers and their wives seemed to be continually in each other's faces and the Deans wondered why they bothered to travel together.
And I'm still bothered that there are twenty-seven characters used and not just twenty-six.
I didn't know, but it bothered me immeasurably. qqq I'm sure we all felt we were on some ludicrous death watch with Mrs. Abbott holding our future hostage with her tenuous cling to life.
Tamer hadn't bothered to put on a shirt, appearing as if he'd leapt out of bed the moment the wards alerted him.
What bothered Dean most was his misread of Edith Shipton.
The bitterness in his voice bothered her.