(en-past of: irk)
Usage examples of "irked".
He sounded more irked than conciliatory, making her feel guilty again, like she was a nag.
The responsibility for their future, he admitted, was his but the fact irked him greatly.
But whereas his son irked him, the attitude of his father towards the boy angered him.
The cautious, even puritanical facet of one side of the Fischel nature, he supposed, had been answerable for this discretion: and although many a time it had irked him with its inconvenience, he had adhered to it with a strictness he considered his only remaining virtue.