- adjBritishshivering with cold. Used by adoles-cents since 2000, the word originates in provincial English dialects.
Contemporary slang . 2014.
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mithered — Adj. Bothered, hassled. E.g. I can t be mithered to go shopping in town on a Saturday. North/Midlands use … English slang and colloquialisms
mithered — Yorkshire Dialect Bothered, Stressed … English dialects glossary
mithered — v. (British) bother, annoy; complain; groan … English contemporary dictionary
bore the pants off (someone) — Vrb phrs. To bore someone greatly. E.g. That 8 hour seminar on nuclear physics bored the pants off me. The suffixal ..the pants off is often used as an negative intensifier, e.g. He just mithered the pants off me all morning. Similar idiomatic… … English slang and colloquialisms