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Similar words: exasperateexasperationexaggeratedexaggeratedesperatedesperatelyliberatedobliteratedMeaning: [-tɪd]  adj. greatly annoyed; out of patience. 
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1. He's becoming increasingly exasperated with the situation.
2. I was exasperated by all the noise.
3. We were exasperated at his ill behaviour.
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4. I am exasperated with her.
5. He put his head in his hands, exasperated.
6. I was exasperated at her ill behaviour.
7. She was exasperated by the senseless delays.
8. She was exasperated against the informer.
9. She was exasperated at/by his stupidity.
10. The president was clearly exasperated by the whole saga.
11. He was becoming exasperated with the child.
12. She was becoming exasperated with all the questions they were asking.
13. Her moods exasperated him.
14. The teachers were exasperated at / by Bob's cheat in the examination.
15. His refusal to cooperate has exasperated his lawyers.
16. Dorman-Smith's erratic behaviour had exasperated him already.
17. Cindy was completely exasperated with her son.
18. Neil had grown very exasperated with her about that.
19. Labour, exasperated, broke the coalition.
20. He was exasperated, but not cast down.
21. Azadi was becoming exasperated by all the questions.
22. Most were exasperated by their own position and that of the nation in general.
23. It exasperated his grandmother to see this forceful spirit drifting like a rudderless boat, directed neither to work nor to leisure.
24. Maggie saw Hermione shake exasperated shoulders and suddenly feared that she might walk away.
25. Voynet was exasperated by the delaying tactics of certain councils.
26. 'Why won't you answer me?' he asked in an exasperated voice.
27. But he demanded high standards and as a classical scholar was exasperated by my inability to cope with Latin.
28. The Balkans and the anti-Maastricht Tory rebels turned the statesman into an exasperated headmaster.
29. Eventually a letter arrived from London in response to Moran's exasperated inquiries about his elder son.
30. The coughing, the rustling of the newspapers, the rasp of coat buttons on table or chair exasperated his brooding.
More similar words: exasperateexasperationexaggeratedexaggeratedesperatedesperatelyliberatedobliteratedexaggerationdesperationberateoperateliberatetoleratelacerateveneratefederategeneratecooperateexonerateliteratemoderatedecoratedsaturatedreiteratepiece raterecuperateelaboratedintegratedadulterate
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