exasperating[ verb ig-zas-puh-reyt; adjective ig-zas-per-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF exasperating
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXASPERATING
Then the exasperating remembrance, with its cruel irony, returned to him.
The idea that Rose might lose her beauty was exasperating him.
Very well, so much the better; the woman has been exasperating me!
Another who troubled her, who persisted in living with exasperating obstinacy!
Into the details of this exasperating task we cannot here enter.
That is the pitiful part of it, pitiful and yet exasperating.
She experienced an exasperating effect of trying to see round a corner.
It was incredible, and, besides being incredible, it was exasperating.
This, in our constant state of hungry irritation, was exasperating.
It is corded and wired in the most exasperating way, but at last I get it open.