- n. Plural form of frustration.
“WASHINGTON - The biggest government bailout in history may eventually win congressional approval but not easily, not without changes and not before lawmakers are finished venting what they call the frustrations of ordinary Americans over Wall Street greed and bad judgment.”
“The latest in this series of frustrations is his request for documents detailing top-level security meetings during the violence.”
“Adding to Burton's frustrations is that winning just one of those races this year would have gotten him into the May 22 All-Star race.”
“I see it as hugely important, and honestly, one of my biggest frustrations is that it is so hugely important.”
“When I attended the recent Graphing Social Patterns conference, one of my great frustrations is that people are talking about platforms like Facebook and OpenSocial and MySpace and widgets, but they're leaving out fundamentals like copy and paste.”
“One is meeting these short-term frustrations and obstacles that you're facing.”
“I like the challenge of coming up with a concept to be executed in visual terms, because one of my greatest frustrations is being unable to create anything visual by hand (using computers is cheating and I have no patience to learn how to be a real photographer).”
“EUGENE, Oregon (Ticker) -- Oregon took out its frustrations from the last two weeks on Stanford.”
“So, yes, this war rages on and on, and will continue to do so until the underlying causes of their frustrations are addressed.”
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