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1 Hardie could be exasperating to his colleagues.
2 Our team's failure is very exasperating.
3 He's the most difficult and exasperating man I know.
4 He's probably the most exasperating man I've ever met.
5 It's so exasperating when he won't listen to a word that I say.
6 You have this exasperating habit of never looking at me!
7 It's exasperating to run for a train and then miss it by half a minute.
8 Marsha has this exasperating way of talking to me like a child.
9 Nylon does have an exasperating trait of expanding in the wet and cold,(www.Sentencedict.com) causing the fly to sag.
10 But penury, though exasperating enough, was not the whole of his distress.
11 Then there was an exasperating wait for her visa at the Sydon consulate in South Kensington.
12 There is one thing more exasperating than a wife who can cook and won't, and that's a wife who can't cook and will. Robert Frost
13 She never imagined her little sister, exasperating as she was, would join the bosses.
14 Often exasperating to colleagues, he was always courteous and never bore personal rancour.
15 This exasperating weekday practice prevents us seeing at least 10 minutes of each of the first two sessions of paly.
16 You are always so exasperating!
17 His cavelier curtness of manner was exasperating.
18 His quality of reserve was exasperating.
19 " That sort of thing can be very exasperating!
20 It was a confoundedly exasperating thing for me.
21 Blameless people are always the most exasperating.
22 Outsiders find Latvia's politicians unimpressive and exasperating.
23 Boston, in fact, was an exasperating target.
24 She really is the most exasperating woman.
25 For all his exasperating qualities, she grew to look forward to his calls.
26 He will also meet the beguiling and exasperating Lady Cygnet, an opera singer, who promises to enliven and complicate Frost's life in future volumes.
27 It is really exasperating that he has not turned up when the train is about to leave.
28 To see my body literally wither away before my eyes was exasperating.
29 And the lump sugar business, called for in so many recipes, is often exasperating because it is unexplained.
30 These squabbling Tolstoys and their stilted histrionics were conceited and exasperating.
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