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bothering

bothering Sentence Examples

  • The only thing bothering me is you.

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  • Maybe it was the other thing that was bothering him.

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  • I think something is bothering you, Martha.

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  • I think something is bothering you, Martha.

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  • I apologize for bothering you.

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  • Now, tell me what's really bothering you.

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  • When Rhyn left, he said something that's been bothering me.

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  • He did not act as if it was bothering him.

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  • The smoke was bothering me and I didn't want to ruin the party for all of you, so I simply walked home.

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  • Is that what's bothering you?

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  • Whatever was bothering him, it was clear that he didn't want to continue his role as protector and director.

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  • Is that what's bothering you?

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  • Maybe that was what was bothering him.

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  • Fancy bothering about such trifles now!

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  • He set down his glass, and taking Cynthia's hand, retreated from the parlor to the kitchen, without even bothering to make an excuse.

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  • "I could use one of these," she said, taking a long pull, not bothering to get a glass.

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  • He sat down with the bottle, not bothering to use a glass.

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  • He set down his glass, and taking Cynthia's hand, retreated from the parlor to the kitchen, without even bothering to make an excuse.

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  • That's what's been bothering me all this time.

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  • Whatever was bothering him, he needed to say something or stop sulking.

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  • We remained spellbound, not even bothering to check our notes as his accuracy became apparent.

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  • "Is it what's been bothering you the past two days?" she asked.

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  • What's bothering you—more than just you're going away?

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  • Alex signed all the time now, never bothering to write anything down.

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  • The mess with Jessi was bothering him, just like the stealthy Others tracking him.

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  • If she only had a clue what was bothering him.

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  • He closed the door behind him with a cold laugh, not bothering to bind her.

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  • Why is Josh calling you, and what's he bothering you about?

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  • She struck first, not bothering to soften her blows as she might with anyone else.

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  • Yet something was bothering him.

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  • No, something was bothering him.

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  • If he's bothering you, I can give him his walking papers.

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  • Was that what was bothering Keaton?

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  • Was that what was bothering Keaton?

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  • I know leaving is upsetting, but something else is bothering her.

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  • I know leaving is upsetting, but something else is bothering her.

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  • Do you want to talk about what's bothering you?

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  • He started to move away, but I stopped him, concerned what was bothering him.

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  • Are you ever going to tell me what's bothering you?

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  • He did not act as if it was bothering him.

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  • That's what's been bothering me all this time.

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  • I don't know what's been bothering you lately, but if I've done something, I wish you would tell me.

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  • Whatever was bothering him, he needed to say something or stop sulking.

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  • If she only had a clue what was bothering him.

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  • The smoke was bothering me and I didn't want to ruin the party for all of you, so I simply walked home.

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  • Do you want to talk about what's bothering you?

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  • He started to move away, but I stopped him, concerned what was bothering him.

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  • We commenced another session without even bothering to go upstairs.

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  • We remained spellbound, not even bothering to check our notes as his accuracy became apparent.

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  • I apologize for bothering you.

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  • The only thing bothering me is you.

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  • "Is it what's been bothering you the past two days?" she asked.

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  • He closed the door behind him with a cold laugh, not bothering to bind her.

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  • What's bothering you—more than just you're going away?

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  • "I could use one of these," she said, taking a long pull, not bothering to get a glass.

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  • Maybe it was the other thing that was bothering him.

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  • Maybe that was what was bothering him.

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  • Alex signed all the time now, never bothering to write anything down.

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  • Was something bothering him or was this new sleep pattern now the normal for him?

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  • Dean dumped some sort of casserole, frozen and packaged, into the oven without bothering to read what would emerge as their supper.

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  • Are you ever going to tell me what's bothering you?

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  • He sat down with the bottle, not bothering to use a glass.

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  • When Rhyn left, he said something that's been bothering me.

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  • Gabe sounded more relieved than Rhyn thought the encounter warranted.  He looked closely at his friend, wondering what might be bothering him.

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  • Why is Josh calling you, and what's he bothering you about?

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  • She struck first, not bothering to soften her blows as she might with anyone else.

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  • Yet something was bothering him.

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  • No, something was bothering him.

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  • Whatever was bothering him, it was clear that he didn't want to continue his role as protector and director.

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  • Now, tell me what's really bothering you.

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  • If he's bothering you, I can give him his walking papers.

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  • She wasn't sure why she was bothering with the tug-of-war battle with him, except that she hoped she was able to hide what she sought and make it easier for her to get.

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  • The mess with Jessi was bothering him, just like the stealthy Others tracking him.

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  • They haven't just arrested some anarchists that were becoming too bothering.

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  • After the first commotion, Zeb had cussed once and slipped into his boots without bothering to find his socks.

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  • Finally, I throw myself on to the nearest park bench, not bothering about the bird excrement or chewing gum.

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  • You saw the same thing with Owen too: not even bothering to chase slightly imperfect balls.

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  • He lets himself drop into an easy lope, not bothering to try to catch her just yet.

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  • sarky comment was purely aimed at a number of fools who judge Mr P without actually bothering to read him first.

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  • In the grand, cosmic scale of things, I was merely a blip, hardly worth bothering about.

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  • There was clearly no point at all in even bothering to release such complex works of studio wizardry in glorious mono.

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  • That sarky comment was purely aimed at a number of fools who judge Mr P without actually bothering to read him first.

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  • In the grand, cosmic scale of things, I was merely a blip, hardly worth bothering about.

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  • There was clearly no point at all in even bothering to release such complex works of studio wizardry in glorious mono.

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  • Others have a stand off approach, and will let you look around without bothering you.

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  • After a divorce, you may feel as though no one understands what you are going through, so you isolate yourself so you don't have to feel as though you are bothering others with your frustrations, anger, sadness and self-ridicule.

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  • Here, huge turbines can gather the energy from the sea winds without using valuable land or bothering nearby populations.

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  • They allow you to block out background noise as well as keep the guided meditation from bothering others.

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  • Hold the clothing up to your body before bothering to carry it to the dressing room.

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  • If the teenager starts to talk about what is bothering him/her, don't minimize it.

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  • Numb pain: Some college students have trouble adjusting to a new living situation or have other issues that can lead them to drinking to help forget what is truly bothering them.

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  • If you find unexplained cuts or bruises on your son or daughter, it is a strong sign something is seriously bothering him or her.

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  • Many campers stop bothering with cooking on the charcoal grills found at many campsites when they learn how to prepare meals with their iron grill for campfire cooking.

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  • The pacifier is an easy fix that may cause parents not to seek to understand what is bothering the baby.

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  • Harassment-The persistent annoying, attacking, or bothering of another person.

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  • You can't force children to talk about what's bothering them because if you try, you may only push them away.

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  • If you have decided to keep your hair long, but don't want it hanging down and bothering you all evening, then a prom hair updo might be a better option for you than a traditional long hair style in which your hair hangs down.

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  • Talking about what's bothering a mother can help.

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  • Take all the time you need to determine what is bothering you.

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  • For most guys, they only understand that a girl is upset or something is bothering her is when they see her cry.

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  • Women love to talk about things and explore whatever is bothering them.

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  • How do I stop this from bothering me so?

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  • The "stalker" applications aren't really worth bothering with, since you can easily see who is interacting with your profile pages at any given time.

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  • I don't know what's been bothering you lately, but if I've done something, I wish you would tell me.

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  • We commenced another session without even bothering to go upstairs.

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  • Was something bothering him or was this new sleep pattern now the normal for him?

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  • She wasn't sure why she was bothering with the tug-of-war battle with him, except that she hoped she was able to hide what she sought and make it easier for her to get.

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