pestilential, irritative, comb-out, irritable, twitting, mocking, jeering, petulant, peevish, quizzical, testy, plaguey, questioning, tantalization, ribbing, nettlesome, vexer, tickling, prickteaser, dirty, disagreeable, tantalizing, corruptive, perversive, peckish, gibing, tetchy, fractious, galling, gibelike, provoking, pesky, annoyer, kidding, playful, vamp, scratchy, plaguy, taunting, vexatious, teaser, techy, exciting, coquette, pestilent, minx, maddening, seductive, painful, tease, flirt, derisive, pettish, pestiferous, cranky, vamper
aggravating (part of speech: verb)
inflaming, bedeviling, bothersome, aggravating, disturbing, pestering, grating, badgering, exasperating, harassing, arousing, irksome, troublesome, rankling, baiting, enraging, peeving, upsetting, needling, chafing, perturbing, nagging, tormenting, harrying, exacerbating, envenoming, infuriating, antagonizing, troubling, discomposing
irritating (part of speech: verb)
- I think his friends keep teasing him, and then he can't get on with his book in the least. - "Helena Brett's Career", Desmond Coke.
- He regarded the boy with just a suggestion of teasing admonition, and said, " Hold still now." - "Si'Wren of the Patriarchs", Roland Cheney.
- She was not sleeping well; and, lying awake, she could see his face very distinct before her closed eyes- its teasing, lazy smile, its sudden intent gravity. - "Beyond", John Galsworthy.