When the other person in a conflict situation gets ruffled feathers from something you said or did, how would you describe their appearance? — Where should we seat my uncle at the dinner? Synonyms• That common happenstance — annoying or irritating someone or someone annoying or irritating us — does not always lead to external conflict.
When gathering 'round the table this Thanksgiving, some Americans may be thankful that they don't reside in Geuda Springs, Kansas, where residents are required to keep guns and ammunition in their homes.
"Everybody out of town is making this their business.
The tall Texan ruffled some English feathers with his remarks.
ruffle (one's) feathers. To annoy, irritate, or upset someone. Sarah's just teasing you. Don't let her ruffle your feathers like that! Harry's bombastic, arrogant demeanor tends to ruffle people's feathers, but he's a decent guy at heart. See also: feather, ruffle.
ruffle some feathers. To do something which annoys, irritates, or upsets other people. I know my presentation about the effects of climate change are going to ruffle some feathers, but I have got to raise awareness about this issue!
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