Definition of 'cheesed off'
Example sentences containing 'cheesed off'
Stone, now thoroughly cheesed off, started to pull at the dog's leg, trying to pry him off the settee.CORMORANT (2001)
Definition of cheesed off from the Collins English Dictionary
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