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Poetic Definitions: irritate
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Discomfortingly angry, indignant, wrathful or irate.
heated
excited
irritating
aggravating
Certainly not calm, quiet, cool, serene or sedate.
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— Jeremy Hartley
Yoda
Irritate: Master, what will come of me?

An inconvenience, before creation you were!
A mince, you have been!
A bramble, you are!
A gravel, you will unendingly be!

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— Harry Vaughan
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
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Used by many a linguist sage,
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Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
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     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Adam Bentley
Waka
Just like the nettles,
they're annoyingly galling.
Not gladly tranquil!
An anger, incense or huff.
To abet or encourage.

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— Kelleigh Valentine
Verse (modern)
Irritate

Poets who struggle ryhming irritate, might want to try using hesitate.
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— Janice Harding
Unitoum
Irritate

Stimulus
pacified
reprimand
quietened

pacified
frustrating
quietened
bothersome

frustrating
mitigate
bothersome
agitate

mitigate
reprimand
agitate
stimulus.
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— Judith Mckenzie
Tanaka
Fan into a flame
to arrange for to be done
bring upon oneself
To elicit or extract.
Being irate or angry.

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— Joan Osborne
Rondelet
Irritate

Clearing signal,
to revolutionize chiefly.
Clearing signal,
refuse to accept as final.
To examine digitally,
move or touch emotionally.
Clearing signal.

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— Jean Malone
Quinzaine
Irritate

Nettles can be many taunts.
Honestly, are they?
Can they rile?

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— Justin Thornton
Pi (π)
Can I make a meter, published so crowds might see
Fully cheerful innuendos, largely nurturing, and oh but revealed free?
Excite or incite feel all too manifest. But is deceive?
Stimulate, annoy? - or motivate, embitter? Damn! I neglected receive!
I ponder aggravate and therefore irritated, but rightly ought I
- given meanings so - summaries written with equations spry?
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— Jonathan Moss
Octosyllable
Really irksome and horny.
But also tiresome and thorny.
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— Jack Tate
Nonet
to try to jimmy or pry open
this is the ultimate pleasure
be stingy about something
to make somebody itch
exhilarating
dissatisfy
excited
galling
close
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— Juan Benson
Mirror Cinquain
irritate
excited, passionate
provoking, teasing, inciting
to bother, irk, worry, pester or disturb
nettle
gall
to upset, displease, afflict or discompose
bothering, harassing, pestering
fetid, loathsome
annoy
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— Diane Hardy
Limerick
There was a gal from Lake Conoy,
She needed a word for annoy.
      Such as stretch leather?
      But then thought bother!
So smart that girl from Lake Conoy.
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— Arthur Lambert
Kural
Gall, incense, fret, torment
Hassle's frustrating crocks

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— Douglas Wade
Haiku (terse)
Overstimulate
contemptuous defiance
exasperating

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— Gregory Riley
Haiku (3-word)
Infuriating
institutionalizing
irresistible

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— Martha Elliott
Haiku (modern)
Peeved, mad, mock and sore,
angry deteriorates,
enthusiastic!

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— Jerry Harvey
Gnomic
The act of stirring, agitating or churning.
The act of reaching, achieving or attaining.

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— Shirley Hudson
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
vex
annoy
stimulate
overstimulate

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— Jessica Grant
Diamante
Irritate
nervous, fretful
agitating, inciting, moving
thorn, excitement ..... charm, tune
grabbing, engaging, coaxing
good, right
soothe
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— Brian Tucker
Cinquain - Phrasal
irritate
bring forth
to excite anger
be stingy about something
fret

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— Havel Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
irritate
and inflame
when successes encourage
students to become entrepreneurs.
galling!

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— Kenneth Ellis
Butterfly Cinquain
excite
depend upon
have a conversation
benevolent and generous
disturb
readiness or preparation
fill with enthusiasm
become active
arouse
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— Christopher Foster
Acrostic - Diagonal
Itch
Frustrating
Harass
Excitement
Plaster
Contract
Torment
Lambaste
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— Barbara Howard
Acrostic - Suffix
Stimuli
Bother
Father
Ennui
Torment
Angina
Contract
Hassle
 
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— Chip Bennett

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.