Words and phrases that have a meaning related to irritant:   (154 results)

Often used in the same context:
irritation, impediment, annoyance, thorn, bugbear, headache, stumbling block, nuisance, flashpoint, hindrance, distraction, obstacle, spats, friction, sodium lauryl sulphate, ally, embarrassment, peeve, gripe, eyesore, pollutant, drawback, whipping boy, belligerant, bugaboo, ointment, oxidizing agent, seborrheic keratosis, problem, antagonist, sideshow, concern, bane, detractor, afterthought, occupational hazard, carminative, inconvenience, contretemps, complication, lightning rod, tiff, byproduct, pariah, pet peeve, issue, germicides, earache, ingredient, culprit, contaminant, antagonism, verrucas, seborrhea, snarl, testy, preoccupation, rhinitis, antipathy, punching bag, boon, smogs, enigma, aphrodisiac, scratchiness, frosty, blemish, troublemaker, aggravation, sidelight, adversary, bogeyman, adjunct, malodor, itch, neutralizer, interlocutor, element, softener, oddity, attractant, squabble, eradicator, manifestation, cause celebre, discomfort, blights, irk, interloper, adulterant, unpleasantness, irritancy, hiccup, odor, emollient, symptom, dislike, solanine, nemesis, embarassment, otitis, preservative, irritants, irritations, hazard, constraint, danger, stressor, handicap, impediments, trouble, disincentive, disturbance, excitants, inducement, obstacles, difficulty, excitant, irritating, allergenic, corrosive, astringent, noxious, deleterious, fungicidal, oxidising, oxidizing, antiseptic, antitoxic, hepatotoxic, hygroscopic, toxic, arsenical, insecticidal, poisonous, germicidal, inflammable

Appears in the definition of:
acute gastritis, bear's foot, helleborus foetidus, herb of grace, rue, ruta graveolens, setterwort, sneeze, stinking hellebore

More general:
annoyance, bother, botheration, nuisance, pain, pain in the ass, pain in the neck


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— Nouns for irritant: dermatitis, poisons, characteristics, action, effect, contact, reactions, gases, poison, effects, receptors, more...

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