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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And on a political level, this particular Freedom Day stirs up a volatile mixture of pride and debasement, hope and exasperation for black South Africans indentured on the farm.
James, with a look of exasperation for the ages, seemed to be pointing in the direction of the basket as the incident played out.
Your exasperation is understandable, and justified, and wasted.
In its 2004 opinion, the Connecticut Supreme Court, twice, with evident exasperation, asked why the Institute had not made the argument that Connecticut state law was more protective of homeowners than federal law.
But what police say a San Antonio father did out of his exasperation landed him in jail this week.
There was some exasperation, but no anger, no disappointment.
Among Washington's European allies, wariness of the Trump administration has evolved into exasperation bordering on mistrust.
To those who’ve watched and wondered with exasperation as the Major Taylor story was unjustly ignored—or at least never quite turned the corner—the sudden, rarefied blast of hip exposure feels more than a little unreal.
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EXASPERATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of exasperation for English Language Learners
: the state of being very annoyed or upset
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