exasperation

[ ig-zas-puh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF exasperation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXASPERATION

He repeated the words with a grimace of exasperation: "My name!"

After that Marian's thought was confused to the point of exasperation.

These words brought Pierre's disquietude and exasperation to a climax.

Probably then you will dance the war-dance of exasperation on its dismembered remains.

The Bald-faced Kid was beginning to show signs of exasperation.

Beauchene clenched his fists and raised his arms in exasperation.

With a show of exasperation, Arnold propelled him through the door.

The British complained with exasperation that the militia would not stand up to them.

The girl was afraid to add to the exasperation of her father.

He had a convulsive movement of exasperation, but controlled himself.

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