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abrasive causing abrasion to a physical surface or irritation to one's senses. [2/3 definitions]
annoy to disturb or cause irritation, esp. by repeated bothersome behavior. [1/2 definitions]
chafe to become annoyed as a result of repeated or constant irritation. [2/6 definitions]
chigoe a kind of tropical flea, the fertile female of which lives parasitically in the skin of humans and other animals, where she swells with eggs and causes severe irritation and often infection.
chilblain (usu. pl.) an irritation or inflammation of the skin, usu. of the hands, feet, or face, caused by exposure to dampness and cold.
counterirritant something that produces a slight local irritation, as of the skin, to counteract or relieve a more serious, general inflammation.
culture shock the anxiety, irritation, or confusion experienced by someone exposed to a culture with customs or behaviors different from those of his or her own culture.
darn2 used to express mild irritation or frustration. [1/4 definitions]
demulcent an oily or sticky substance used esp. to soothe irritation in mucous membranes. [1/2 definitions]
fester to be or become a source of growing irritation. [1/5 definitions]
fiddlesticks nonsense! (used to express annoyance or irritation).
fret1 an irritation or state of irritation. [1/8 definitions]
fume to display irritation or anger. [1/6 definitions]
gall2 the cause or state of irritation. [1/5 definitions]
galling causing vexation or irritation.
get one's goat to deceive someone and thereby cause him or her to respond with irritation. [1/2 definitions]
grate2 to produce irritation or annoyance. [1/5 definitions]
hell used to express surprise, dislike, irritation, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
horseshit (slang) used to express disbelief, disgust, irritation, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
impudent tending to cause anger or irritation in others by bold disrespect.
influenza an acute, contagious disease in various forms, caused by a virus in humans and in some animals and characterized by inflammation of the respiratory tract, irritation of the stomach, and fever; flu.