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Ticked Off

Ticked Off - get upset or become angry

  • I was ticked off, because the lady took my parking space.
  • I think the bird ticked off my dog, when the bird took the food.
  • We were ticked off, when our teacher gave us a surprise test.
  • My mother was ticked off, because she car would not start.
  • Do you know why some people are always ticked off?
  • My friend is always very calm. I have never seen her ticked off.

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