from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. discouraging; causing annoyance or anger by excessive difficulty
- v. Present participle of frustrate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. preventing realization or attainment of a desire; causing frustration.
- adj. discouraging. Opposite of
- n. an act of hindering someone's plans or efforts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. discouraging by hindering
- adj. preventing realization or attainment of a desire
Mr. McCourt spoke after what he described as a frustrating three-and-a-half hour meeting with MLB executives, led by Rob Manfred , baseball's chief lawyer.
In spite of what he called a frustrating "lack of political will" by Liberian faction leaders for a peaceful civil war settlement, "there now appears to be reasonable grounds for optimism," Boutros-Ghali said.
CHICAGO Reuters - President Barack Obama turned his 50th birthday into a 2012 campaign fundraising bonanza on Wednesday, buoyed by a hometown crowd after what he called a frustrating period locked in a debt battle with Republicans.
Barack Obama turned his 50th birthday into a 2012 campaign fundraising bonanza on Wednesday, buoyed by a hometown crowd after what he called a frustrating period locked in a debt battle with Republicans.
Internet Connections initiative, both of which they characterized as frustrating in last year's survey.
After what she called a frustrating time in the store, she realized she could order the toys she wanted online, so she did.
What I'm finding frustrating from the general media is the continual bias on issues.
What makes this affliction especially frustrating is that I feel I properly maintain the machine.
The thing that's so darn frustrating is our young people don't think it's that big of a deal.
What I find frustrating is the condescending attitudes in supposedly genre-friendly reviews and/or venues.
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