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But the attempt was frustrated, and Eion at least was saved to Athens.

Nelson, who was appointed to superintend the evacuation, frustrated these projects.

The eyes into which she looked both helped her and frustrated her.

Vere and the young man himself had frustrated her, she thought.

Calhoun had definite plans, now, but there were so many ways in which they could be frustrated!

I've been out here wishing I could sleep, because I'm frustrated.

Thus at least we shall have frustrated his vile aim to still the voice he feared.

He must be handled skillfully, lest their flight should be frustrated at the last moment.

But his intention of shooting Timon was frustrated, 303 for the brute was nowhere in sight.

She knew she was watched, and any move to get away would be at once frustrated.

WORD ORIGIN

"disappointed," 1640s, past participle adjective from frustrate.

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