A pet peeve or pet aversion is a minor annoyance that an individual identifies as
particularly annoying to themself, to a greater degree than others may find.
A pet peeve is a particular thing that bugs you every time. If your pet peeve is how
people misuse words, you're in the right place.
People like user Bernardo Srulzon submitting a "pet peeve" definition to Urban
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Definition of pet peeve written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-
Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio ... called also (British) pet hate.
Definition of pet hate in the Idioms Dictionary. pet hate phrase. What does pet ... (
British & Australian) also somebody's pet peeve (American). something that you ...
They're called pet peeves because, in our own weird way, we've grown attached
to them. “Pet peeves proceed from old fears, old insecurities that we've fed until ...
Dec 17, 2006 ... A: “Pet peeve,” an alliterative expression referring to something that bugs you, is
relatively recent in origin and dates to about 1919. Here's the ...
So I started writing down what I called "Eva's Pet Peeves" and sharing the list with
new employees on their first day. The result was that they got the information ...
Unnecessarily Shortened Words. While there's nothing wrong with progress,
there's absolutely everything wrong with the perversion of the English Language.
A pet peeve is something that particularly irritates someone. Many pet peeves are
related to social conventions or hygiene, like...