Definition of exasperated
- an exasperated sigh
- Ricardo congratulated himself on having left his revolver behind. He was so exasperated that he didn't know what he might have done.
- —Joseph Conrad
- … she is the sort of curmudgeon who makes a point of trampling on flower beds when she goes for a walk, and greets the death of her longtime housekeeper … with a grim, exasperated roll of the eyes.
- —Ben Brantley
- "I keep telling them not to ring the doorbell!" said Sirius exasperatedly, hurrying back out of the room.
- —J. K. Rowling
- It's aggravation that motivates Tennison's signature tic: running her fingers exasperatedly through her short, faded blonde hair.
- —Rand Richards Cooper