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What's the difference between annoyance and nuisance? What's the difference between annoyance and nuisance?
Sep 8, 2018 9:33 AM
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Both the same, but annoyance carries more of a distraction. And nuisance carries more of a meaning of irritation and distress caused to the person being annoyed. " causing a public Nuisance" is the legal crime for drunken youths who are noisy on the street and throwing empty beer bottles to the ground. (as an example of a public nuisance crime) "You are charged that on the evening of Tuesday the 27th June 2018 at around 9:00 hours, you did cause a public nuisance outside the Crown and Manor public house. Causing $ £ euros of damage -------- the rest of the charges details will follow here ----- " hope this helps. Annoyance and nuisance are defined as a nuisance between a minor annoyance in a dictionary. Except for use in English law where Nuisance is the word used usually. https://wikidiff.com/annoyance/nuisance https://hinative.com/en-US/questions/2243291 nuisance is the thing or person causing annoyance. annoyance is the feeling of being annoyed. "you are so annoying" "stop being a bloody nuisance, you are annoying me" you cannot be nuisancing, but you can be an annoyer or causing annoyance
September 8, 2018
Nuisance and annoyance mean the same thing except that nuisance is a minor annoyance
September 8, 2018
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