exasperate


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Synonyms for exasperate

Synonyms for exasperate

to trouble the nerves or peace of mind of, especially by repeated vexations

Synonyms for exasperate

exasperate or irritate

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make furious

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Germany's industrial strengths: systematic precision, an intact system of apprenticeships and master builders, a predominance of middle-sized, family operated manufacturing firms, codes which sometimes exasperate clients and architects, and a thriving economy, have all given Hanover the opportunity to show how we might deal with old problems in new ways, or even new problems in old ways.
And producer Andy Wilman reckons antics in the BBC2 show - fronted by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May - exasperate Beeb bosses.
To further compound difficulties, several leading firms have opted to forego contingent commissions which further exasperate matters.
Russia warns that Israel shooting down Syrian warplane exasperates situation in the region
Kaufman adds that using a shortcut like the computer-based test only exasperates the problem of attracting qualified teachers and "a most highly qualified teacher should combine formal training and certification with class experience and this [Passport to Teaching] is a step backwards.
She and her counselor, Al, form a close, if dysfunctional, relationship that at times exasperates them both.
The reader has a realistic complaining voice of a 13-year-old who knows so much more than her parents and exasperates them to no end.
Katie Owen (Amy Carlson), the fetching local undertaker, exasperates Stone by contributing to Finch's inquiry, but it's only a matter of time before the three are on the same page.