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Ruffle Feathers

Ruffle Feathers - to upset someone; to annoy someone

  • My boss can really ruffle our feathers.
  • I do not like it when people ruffle my feathers.
  • my brother always ruffles my feathers.
  • Do not let anyone ruffle your feathers.
  • The people next door are always trying to ruffle feathers with everyone.
  • It is so easy to ruffle my feathers today. I am not in a good mood.

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