- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exasperate.
“He exasperates his servant Sganarelle and must constantly be extricated from sticky situations by his disapproving father.”
“It exasperates the less extravagantly gifted but I have never thought that it reveals a submissiveness of mind.”
“He has transformed the team but his tendency to play the old soldier with a ready excuse when things go wrong exasperates Spurs fans.”
“If the criticism exasperates Arsène Wenger, then it also grates like fingernails on a chalkboard with the players.”
“I am also aware that the only reason it actually exasperates me is that I do like it quite a lot.”
“This unfortunately exasperates too much hypocrisy in the GOP and Sen. Ensign pushing their so-called "family/traditional values" onto to others for political purposes, while having their own indiscretions.”
“Because the tribal character of Libyan society exasperates and demands such a war, he claimed.”
“That foundation-knows-best attitude exasperates Mayor Dave Bing and City Hall officials, who have sought to reassure Detroiters that their voices, not outsiders, will guide efforts to rebuild the city.”
“Eliot shows us that nature does give boys and girls their own small advantages in life, but it is our socialization that exasperates them to such an extreme that we think that bravery is masculine and the need for emotional attention is feminine.”
“Graham Greene, whose pronounced Catholicism exasperates Mr. Faulks, is described as "a barman who serves only one drink;" while Doris Lessing's feminist novel "The Golden Notebook" is sneeringly referred to as "the mother and aunt of all Hampstead novels.”
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