Definition of vexing
: causing or likely to cause vexation : vexatious a vexing problem
Examples of vexing in a Sentence
the constantly changing schedule was somewhat vexing, but I coped
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Trump has expressed frustration recently with North Korea's nuclear ambitions, which have become one of his most vexing international problems.
School’s out but a vexing math problem keeps weighing heavier over the Miami Marlins as summer nears midseason.
Yet while the loss of Turner seems to be the bigger problem on the surface, the bullpen’s latest meltdown is far more vexing.
But the crash underscored a vexing problem for automakers that want to gain an edge by launching technology that completely automates driving tasks.
The Navy isn’t the only service dealing with the vexing issue of oxygen deprivation, known as hypoxia, and the F-18 isn’t the only fighter jet affected.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is hoping the lottery is the ticket to shoring up one of the state’s most vexing money problems: ever-growing obligations to the pensions for public employees.
Henson said that one of Shatterproof’s goals is to raise money to support continued research into brain chemistry and the still vexing mystery of what prompts some individuals to become addicted.
Fraternity culture has been a vexing problem for colleges across the country —
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