English words and Examples of Usage

use "bother" in a sentence

I just don't bother with them anymore, she told reporters in Berlin.

Irresponsible statements by politicians, he says, do not bother him.

Why bother signing up to comment when I can’t even voice my opinion?

You don't bother going back and digging into how the game was played.

And I know that a few times he thought, 'Why should I bother going on?'

But that doesn't bother Pacquing, who said she feels at home in the water.

If fiction isn’t as complex and irreducible as the real world, why bother?

I don't want to bother a teacher, asking him to go to my locker."""

That has more to do with how she had every reason not to bother showing up.

Also cool: You could just buy the phone and not bother with service at all.

Normally I wouldn't let this bother me, but I can't not say anything.

And by "next level" we mean to a place we thought no one would bother to go.

They are criticized, they fascinate or bother, but leave no one indifferent.

The whole thing is either rigged or self-serving or too dumb to bother with.'

He should have removed his player from the game if the refs couldn’t be bother.

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