Examples of exasperation in a Sentence
They had all experienced the exasperation and frustration of holiday shopping.
add people who use cell phones inconsiderately to the list of daily exasperations
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At Monday's meeting, no one from the Sewerage & Water Board appeared to provide such an assessment, prompting some signs of exasperation from commission members.
The rapper powers his lyrics with the forceful, humane exasperation of a man longing for freedom.
Indeed, many Synchrony customers express exasperation over the bank's policy of sending verification codes by U.S. mail when the customer's identity can't be quickly authenticated.
There has been no more fitting illustration of TCU’s current exasperation than head coach Jamie Dixon being ejected for the first time in his 21-year coaching career.
In a particular moment of exasperation and frustration, Woodcock laments to his sister about a horrible little word: chic.
But viewers of Good Morning America have seen the host’s perplexity turn to exasperation.
Andrew Billings definitely was, as the second-year defensive tackle shrugged and lifted his arms up in exasperation.
Malcolm Campbell, the most financially driven and promotionally savvy of all the record-breakers, almost died in his attempt at the fabulously compelling 300mph—not in a crash, but of exasperation.
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