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  • adv. In an exasperating manner; frustratingly.

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  • adv. in an exasperating manner


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  • With their three-part-harmony behind Mr. Valli's hearty falsetto, the group's songs remain exasperatingly infectious.

    November 2005

  • While Peggy exasperatingly smokes, she complains about how her professional success is overshadowed by office romance - "A pretty face comes along and everything goes out the window."

    Janet Turley: Mad Men Season 4 Finale: Fresh Starts

  • There was practically no wind, and the Elsinore, just maintaining steerage way by means of intermittent fans of air from the north, floundered exasperatingly in a huge glassy swell that rolled up as an echo from some blown-out storm to the south.


  • European Pressphoto Agency United's Wayne Rooney Manchester United Led since 1986 by the dean of British soccer coaches, Alex Ferguson, Manchester United is almost exasperatingly steady, even in years when they aren't supposed to be all that good.

    The Final Four for the Rest of the World

  • As is often the case after such games, Santana Moss, who caught 124 yards worth of passes but also had a fumble that led to a Rams touchdown, exemplified the peculiar out-of-touch-with-reality perspective on defeat that is so exasperatingly Redskins.

    For the NFL's worst, it always gets better when they play the Redskins

  • He was and would always be Bijan, the exasperatingly beautiful original Iranian name from the "Book of Kings Shahnameh," the masterpiece epic poem written by Ferdowsi, the poet many Iranians credit with embalming the Persian language into a land and people where it is still spoken today even as many of Iran's neighbors lost their ancient tongues to invaders and settlers.

    Shirin Sadeghi: Iranian-American Fashion Icon Bijan Pakzad Passes Away

  • Fisher was intractably stubborn; Young was exasperatingly inattentive to detail that'd go over pretty well with Mike Shanahan and, besides, the last guy from Tennessee didn't work out so well.

    Would Vince Young, Redskins be a good fit?

  • "Le Magnifique" has one of those plots - involving pirate abductions, wily servants, cardboard villains and exasperatingly drawn-out flirtations - that cause fits of eye-rolling in modern audiences, but its score is notably attractive.

    Music review: Opera Lafayette's 'Le Magnifique'

  • Just how exasperatingly patient can the Japanese attack be?

    Pure Brawn and Horsepower

  • ` Social evolution is exasperatingly slow, isn't it, sweetheart? '

    Chapter 14: The Beginning of the End


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