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1. Bother definition is - to annoy especially by petty provocation : irk
2. How to use Bother in a sentence
3. Bother, annoy, plague, tease imply persistent interference with one's comfort or peace of mind. Bother suggests causing trouble or weariness or repeatedly interrupting in the midst of pressing duties
4. To annoy is to vex or irritate by Bothering. …
5. Synonyms & Antonyms of Bother (Entry 1 of 2) 1 to thrust oneself upon (another) without invitation I am never going to get this work done if people don't stop wandering into the room and Bothering me
6. Bother synonyms, Bother pronunciation, Bother translation, English dictionary definition of Bother
7. Bother verb (MAKE AN EFFORT) B2 [ I or T ] to make the effort to do something: [ + to infinitive ] He hasn't even Bothered to write.
8. Find 153 ways to say Bother, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
9. The Crossword Solver found 200 answers to the Bother crossword clue
10. We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Bother will help you to finish your crossword today
11. From cleaning products to store cupboard staples, Bother can take care of all your boring basics allowing you to shop at your local store or local online delivery service for all the other exciting things you like.
12. “Bother” was initially written as a solo song for Corey Taylor, but ended up as the debut single for Stone Sour
13. As a verb, Bother can mean that you take the trouble to do something
14. It’s often presented as a negative: you might not Bother to lock the house, or you may wonder why you should Bother reading the instructions that came with your phone. Bother can also mean that you’re bugging someone or causing a minor inconvenience.
15. Conjugate Bother in every English verb tense including present, past, and future.
16. Stone Sour's video for 'Bother' from the album, Stone Sour - available now on Roadrunner Records
17. This is a reference page for Bother verb forms in present, past and participle tenses
18. Check past tense of Bother here.
19. Bother suggests causing trouble or weariness or repeatedly interrupting in the midst of pressing duties
20. To annoy is to vex or irritate by Bothering. Plague is a strong word, connoting unremitting annoyance …
21. Bother is defined as annoy, worry, or cause discomfort
22. An example of Bother is a little brother repeatedly pulling his sister's hair
23. An example of Bother is the fan of a model finding out where they live and …
24. A fun activity that involves running around a person and softly batting at them with your arms while saying "Bother Bother Bother."
25. Synonyms for Bother in Free Thesaurus
26. 136 synonyms for Bother: concern yourself, take the time, make the effort, go to the trouble, trouble yourself, burden yourself, inconvenience yourself, trouble
27. Syn: Bother, annoy, plague imply persistent interference with one's comfort or peace of mind
28. To Bother is to cause irritation or weariness, esp
29. By repeated interruptions in the midst of pressing duties: Don't Bother me while I'm working.
30. Provided to YouTube by Roadrunner RecordsBother · Stone SourStone Sour℗ 2002 The All Blacks B.V.Producer: Corey TaylorVocals: Corey TaylorMixing Engineer: J
31. Bother with (someone or something) 1
32. Don't Bother with Billy—he just doesn't care about his grades, and no rewards, threats, or suggestions have helped
33. Oh, don't Bother with all that stuff, I'll put it away
34. Definition of Bother written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
35. Why Bother being Hollywood if you end up with such an identity crisis? Bother about • U.S
36. Officials no longer Bother about diplomatic politeness
37. Bother Bother 2 noun 1 [uncountable] especially British English PROBLEM trouble or difficulty that has been caused by small problems and that usually only continues for a short time SYN trouble It
38. Bothers are spirits made up of the ashes of multiple deceased mortals
39. When a Bother spots Zagreus, it will
40. → We found the address without any Bother
41. It's less Bother c'est plus simple → I usually buy sliced bread - it's less Bother
42. It's such a Bother! quelle barbe! the Bother of sth la corvée de qch the Bother of shaving la corvée du rasage it's a Bother c'est une corvée → Going to the police is a Bother.
43. ‘the driver didn't Bother to ask why’ ‘Apparently, no one cared enough about this old house to even Bother with locking the door.’ ‘You thought that some of the volunteers were too much trouble to Bother with after you messed them about last year.’
44. The lines, You dont need to Bother I dont need to be, I'll keep slipping further" is each side telling the other that they are separating, rejecting eachother
45. In Why Bother? personal-growth expert Jennifer Louden challenges you to open your mind, your heart, and your life by following where the question leads
46. Through reflection and stories from others, Louden demonstrates how to Bother when it feels impossible or like too much work, whether after professional defeats, heartbreak, illness, or life
47. You don't need to Bother; I don't need to be I'll keep slipping farther But once I hold on, I won't let go 'til it bleeds [Solo: Corey] Wish I'd died instead of lived A zombie hides my face Shell forgotten with its memories Diaries left with cryptic entries And you don't need to Bother; I don't need to be I'll keep slipping farther But once I
48. See: (it) doesn't Bother me any (it) doesn't Bother me at all (it) don't Bother me none (it) won't Bother me any (it) won't Bother me at all/any (it) won't Bother me none (it) wouldn't Bother me any (it) wouldn't Bother me none a spot of Bother be in a spot of Bother Bother (one's) (pretty little) head about (something) Bother about Bother about
49. Bother Score Due to Urinary Symptoms Rate the Bothersomeness of your symptoms by circling the number below that best describes your feelings
50. Delighted Pleased Mostly Satisfied Mixed Mostly Dissatisfied Unhappy Terrible Bothersomeness of Urinary Symptoms How would you feel if you had to live with your urinary condition the way it is
51. Definition and synonyms of Bother from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
52. This is the British English definition of Bother.View American English definition of Bother.
53. Bother! It's already 8 pm and I have to do my homework, feed the dog, and mow the lawn
54. Bother with/about something It's not worth Bothering with (= using) an umbrella—the car's just outside
55. I don't know why you Bother with that crowd (= why you spend time with them)
56. He doesn’t Bother much about his appearance
57. Bother to do something He didn't even Bother to let me know he was coming.
58. Bother - WordReference thesaurus: synonyms, discussion and more
59. If the frying seems like a lot of Bother, grease a tin, press all the mixture in, and bake in a moderate oven until brown on top.: Oddly enough, if I know for certain that the scuttling thing isn't arachnoid in nature, it doesn't Bother me in the slightest.: However, Jack Sanderson, the test pilot, says this will not Bother him because he will be securely strapped in and too busy to notice.
60. Bother definition: If you do not Bother to do something or if you do not Bother with it, you do not do it, Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
61. Definition and synonyms of Bother from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
62. This is the British English definition of Bother.View American English definition of Bother.
63. In Why Bother? personal-growth expert Jennifer Louden challenges you to open your mind, your heart, and your life by following where the question leads
64. Through reflection and stories from others, Louden demonstrates how to Bother when it feels impossible or like too much work, whether after professional defeats, heartbreak, illness, or
65. ALL NIGHT MY CAT Bother-ME WHY? SHE WANTS FOOD