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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But while there is broad exasperation about the apparently endless wave of elections and referendums, that doesn’t mean that people are disengaging from democracy on the whole.
Yangervis Solarte swung over the top of an 0-2 slider, and exasperation took over.
Now, amid all the hand-wringing, anger and exasperation, the crisis is bolstering Brazil’s tradition of gallows humor, fueling a mix of satire and existential resignation.
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Definition of exasperation for English Language Learners
: the state of being very annoyed or upset
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