be put out

be put out
be inconvenienced or irritated

She was a little put out that you didn't call her when you were in town.

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  • put out — [v1] upset, irritate; inconvenience aggravate, anger, annoy, bother, burn, confound, discomfit, discommode, discompose, disconcert, discountenance, disoblige, displease, dissatisfy, disturb, embarrass, exasperate, gall, get*, grate, harass,… …   New thesaurus

  • put out to pasture — 1. To release an animal into a pasture to graze 2. To force a person to retire from work • • • Main Entry: ↑pasture * * * put (someone) out to pasture : to force (someone) to leave a job because of old age I m not ready to be put out to pasture… …   Useful english dictionary

  • put out to … from … — ˌput ˈout (to…/from…) derived (of a boat or its sailors) to leave a port • to put out to sea • We put out from Liverpool. Opp: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • put out to grass — put (someone) out to grass Brit : to force (someone) to leave a job because of old age I m not ready to be put out to grass [=put out to pasture] just yet. • • • Main Entry: ↑grass …   Useful english dictionary

  • put out to sea — put (out) to sea : to leave a port, harbor, etc., and begin traveling on the sea The ship put to sea. We will dock tonight and put out to sea tomorrow. • • • Main Entry: ↑sea …   Useful english dictionary

  • Put Out More Flags — the sixth novel by Evelyn Waugh, was first published by Chapman and Hall in 1942. The novel is set during the first year of the Second World War, and follows the wartime activities of characters introduced in Waugh s earlier satirical novels Dec …   Wikipedia

  • put out of mind — index dismiss (put out of consideration) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • put out — adj [not before noun] BrE upset or offended ▪ She felt put out that she hadn t been consulted …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • put out — adjective never before noun annoyed, offended, or upset by something that someone has said or done: She was feeling extremely put out by his rudeness …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English