Examples of vexing in a Sentence
the constantly changing schedule was somewhat vexing, but I coped
Recent Examples of vexing from the Web
The Ohtani question is one of the most vexing to hit the fantasy baseball community in some time.
With the approach of National Squirrel Appreciation Day on Jan. 21, Joel Brown, who co-founded Project Squirrel in 1997, acknowledges that squirrels can be entertaining, as well as vexing, persistent and sometimes a bit destructive.
Members of the Davis City Council scored a big win for timid obfuscation this week by first considering common-sense measures targeting the vexing social issue of aggressive panhandling and then failing to act on them.
As the year drew to a close, the problems remained vexing and defied solutions that are both compassionate and effective.
Trump, in fact, found the White House to be vexing and even a little scary.
The moves highlight the crosscurrents vexing investors at a time of abundant capital and a gradual retreat by policy makers from expansive stimulus.
They will not be shaken out by external events, however surprising, alarming or vexing.
One of the most vexing problems facing the Texans has been their inconsistent and injury-riddled offensive line.
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First Known Use of vexing
abrasive, aggravating, annoying, bothersome, chafing, disturbing, exasperating, frustrating, galling, irksome, irritating, maddening, nettlesome, nettling, peeving, pesky, pestiferous, pestilent, pestilential, pesty, rankling, riling, vexatious;
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