exasperated : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  exasperate or irritate
  • v  make furious
  • v  make worse
  • s  greatly annoyed; out of patience
    had an exasperated look on his face
    felt exasperated beyond endurance

  • I bet you've said "my God," suggests an exasperated male voice.
  • On Friday morning he found himself on the carpet in front of an exasperated Gerald Ford.
  • In ongoing bankruptcy proceedings for PTL itself, an exasperated Judge Rufus Reynolds has thrown out a $115 million bid from a Toronto firm for the theme park, cable network and .
News & Articles

  • Business
    BROOKFIELD - Exasperated by growth spurts in other areas of the Mahoning Valley seemingly bypassing Brookfield, township trustees on Monday called a round table discussion with area economic development experts hoping to prompt growth.
    June 11, 2013 - Tribune Chronicle
  • Chris Perez Joins Illustrious List of Athletes Caught with Weed
    Chris Perez was probably pretty exasperated when the Feds came knocking with drug sniffing dogs. [Jim Rogash/Getty Images]
    June 7, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
  • Iran leader's election bid: Taming the presidency
    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — At the height of Iran's internal political clashes in late 2011, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei became so exasperated that he warned the Islamic Republic could someday drop the office of an elected president.
    June 6, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News

  • Bono in CNN
    I am exasperated,Irish rock star and anti-poverty campaigner Bono told Reuters. "I think it is deliberately the language of obfuscation. It is deliberately misleading."
  • Steve Coppell in BBC Sport
    Christian's going to out for a while with a back injury,said new City boss Coppell. "He's had it before but I think it was exasperated by playing for Wales when he perhaps shouldn't have done."

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