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- verb Present participle of
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- adjective extremely annoying or displeasing
- adjective causing irritation or annoyance
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Further vexing is that it is quite apparent that we have some greedy health care corporations that take advantage of our health care system.
The attitude of Fascism toward certain vexing questions can best he understood by a perusual of quotations from the speeches and writings of the Fascist leader, II Duce, as Mussolini is known to his partisans.
What I find vexing is the PM’s view that he should be screened from meeting people who disagree with him.
Even more vexing is the fact that much of Shelley's thinking about sexuality derives from the Greeks (see
It is a great matter God hath against us, when he hath this to charge us with, namely the vexing of his Spirit.
Related: Illinois 'MAP grant dilemma vexing students
If you cannot avoid calling a vexing method, catch its vexing exceptions.
Ten minutes before the closing bell, a "vexing" out-of-the-money trade went through on the American Stock Exchange on options of the drugstore chain, said Rebecca Engmann Darst, an equity-options analyst at Interactive Brokers.
For Wordsworth, "vexing" crosses the boundaries between physical commotion and mental flurry, and between things as they are and things as they could be recreated.
Marasha said the misuse of government vehicles was "vexing".