English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "nuisance"

It's such a nuisance to have to write a report at the end of every sessionYour dog is becoming a real nuisance; it chases after every car that drives by.

It's such a nuisance to have to write a report at the end of every session.

The weeds are really becoming a nuisance in the lake. They are killing the other plants, and now the children are scared to swim near them.

Mom, Bobby's being a real nuisance. He keeps bugging me while I'm trying to study.

Many computer users are getting so much spam in their e-mail that it's become a serious nuisance.

I'm sorry to be such a nuisance, but could you help me again for a minute?

My neighbor's cat is a real nuisance. It meows all night and poops in my flower garden.

I asked my daughter to help me clean up the house, but she was just a nuisance. All she did was complain, and she didn't actually accomplish anything.

These leaves are a nuisance. They make a mess of the yard, and when they're wet, they smell awful.

Stop making a nuisance of yourself and give your father a hand.

The state of Florida has 40 trappers who are contracted to remove nuisance alligators which are considered to be a threat to the public, or the public's pets, livestock, or property.

Dorothy Sayers notes that a human being must have occupation if he or she is not to become a nuisance in the world.

Gorillas are so common in the African country of Gabon that they've become somewhat of an environmental nuisance.

Police say that patrons that are lined up outside bars often create a nuisance for neighbors when they fight, break bottles or make noise.

Their weekly parties are so loud that they have become a real nuisance to the neighbors.


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