Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pissed off adj.

also p’d off
[? US var. on browned off adj.]

(orig. US) furious, very annoyed; bored.

[UK] in Campbell & Campbell War Paint 122: [aircraft nose art] Sorta Pistof.
[US] in T. Shibutani Derelicts of Company K (1978) 250: I know your CO gets pissed off about it.
[US]J. Blake letter 15 July in Joint (1972) 104: Your horn sounds like it’s sore about something. What’s it pissed off about, besides the joint, I mean?
[US]T.I. Rubin In the Life 17: Maybe I am p’d off.
[US]J. Webb Fields of Fire (1980) 12: Senator’s pissed off again.
[UK]T. Blacker Fixx 158: A deal goes down the tubes, I’m pissed off as hell.
[US]Hip-Hop Connection Dec. 8: Behind every poor review, there’s a pissed-off press officer.
[Aus]M.B. ‘Chopper’ Read Chopper 4 157: We were all a bit pissed off – as we had put a packet on Turfcutter to win, and the bloody thing came in third.
[Scot]L. McIlvanney All the Colours 171: I came to [...] let him know that I wasn’t pissed off.
[Aus]L. Redhead Thrill City [ebook] Nick would be pissed off, the cops would have the shits and I’d be a laughing stock.
[US] M. McBride Frank Sinatra in a Blender [ebook] He left Cowboy Roy’s one pissed off son-of-a-bitch and vowed never to return.
[Ire]L. McInerney Glorious Heresies 26: [S]she’s fucking beautiful when she’s pissed off, even if it’s pissed off with me.
[US]S. King Finders Keepers (2016) 20: His horn - a long, pissed-off blat that made people [...] look around.
[Aus]C. Hammer Scrublands [ebook] ‘I was right pissed off’.
[UK]M. Herron Joe Country [ebook] ‘He’s been kind of pissed off’.
[Aus]G. Disher Consolation 42: Was the district full of pissed-off citizens?
[US]J. Ellroy Widespread Panic 29: ‘I’m swamped with pissed-off husbands and wives’.