Green’s Dictionary of Slang

ticked (off) adj.

[tick off v.1 (1)]

(orig. US) irritated, annoyed.

[UK]Staffs Sentinel 24 Feb. 11/2: [cartoon] ‘Miffy’ Ticked Off / Heavens! Ten past ten and no office boy again’.
[US]L.P. Boone ‘Gator Sl.’ AS XXXIV:2 156: When one is angry, he’s ticked or teed off.
[US]‘Hy Lit’ Hy Lit’s Unbelievable Dict. of Hip Words 41: ticked off – Someone’s angry; bugged.
[US]G. Swarthout Skeletons 50: The more paper I shuffled, the more ticked-off I became.
[UK]H.B. Gilmour Pretty in Pink 119: I’m a little ticked off at all you guys for being so rude to her.
[US]M. Myers et al. Wayne’s World II [film script] She decided not to come. She’s ticked at me for some reason.
[US]C. Hiaasen Stormy Weather 116: No doubt the kid was ticked when Snapper retrofitted that compact disc up his ass. [Ibid.] 211: She was still ticked off about the hurricane excursion.
[US]L. Stringer Grand Central Winter (1999) 181: This gets me slightly ticked.
Star-Gaz. (Elmira, NY) 16 June 30/5: She’s totally ticked off.