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
Recent Examples of vexing from the Web
Fraternity culture has been a vexing problem for colleges across the country —
But the plot line was as vexing as Frank’s, both convoluted and oversimplified.
Trump administration officials contend that G7 bureaucrats have developed a vexing habit over the years of adopting lengthy communiques with voluminous annexes that don't conform with the president's vision.
And the realities of international diplomacy have, over decades, led spokespeople for presidents of both parties to offer near-identical pabulum on some of America's most vexing foreign policy questions.
While dollar costs under the mandate have been less than president Brian Haupricht expected, the administrative costs of compliance have been expensive and vexing.
And the most vexing aspect from a data standpoint — dealing with the vagaries of any individual viewer’s Facebook photo library — showcases one of the risks of this sort of experimental project.
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