Pissed in a sentence as an adjective

"Friskies releases creative iPad game for cats" "Friskies is oh so clever etc."We were pissed.

"Until I broke their server they were all laughing at my 'testing' then they were pissed when they had to fix the bug I found.

I feel like traditional pundits got pissed off because he kept wrecking their narratives.

Certainly, the publishers are pissed at Amazon, but that's because Amazon is rendering them obsolete.

Right now, when one pissed off developer leaves or goes bankrupt because their app was yanked from the store or wasn't approved for some BS reason, 50 developers replace him.

Now, I know you and many others reading this post probably think Im just a pissed off student who didnt get the grade he wanted and is now bashing his teacher out of revenge.

" Now person X is still pissed off about how Y treated them and so they respond to all of those emails with "Yeah, candidate Z was a crappy engineer, everyone had to carry for them they never did anything useful.

To digress for a moment, surge pricing is brilliant in that it gets riders to volunteer to wait a long time for a ride, instead of getting pissed off like they do at Taxis, or give them the choice to pay up for an expedited ride.

I get just as pissed when I'm screwed around by a CEO as when I get screwed around by a taxi driver.- Some people find it difficult not to get angry at stuff, I don't know if that's just because they've learned to be that way or if it's unavoidable.

Pissed definitions


aroused to impatience or anger; "made an irritated gesture"; "feeling nettled from the constant teasing"; "peeved about being left out"; "felt really pissed at her snootiness"; "riled no end by his lies"; "roiled by the delay"