vexation


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for vexation

Synonyms for vexation

Synonyms for vexation

References in periodicals archive ?
Multiplication has always proved a problem for young children, hence the nursery rhyme, originating in the 16th century: Multiplication is vexation Division is as bad The Rule of Three doth puzzle me And Practice drives me mad.
Under the bill, the penalty of prison correccional in its minimum period would be imposed on any person who would intimidate, threaten, force or employ or administer any form of vexation against another person for the purpose of recruitment in joining or promoting a particular fraternity, sorority or organization.
The position paper also mentioned that Interior filed on December 18 cases for unjust vexation and slight physical injuries against Doctor before the Office of the Prosecutor in Quezon City.
The cab driver who was punched in the face by a furious female motorist during a traffic altercation filed charges of slight physical injury, unjust vexation and malicious mischief before the Quezon City Prosecutor's Office on Tuesday.
Part of Roux's vexation with photographing food is that he feels a photo cannot represent the quality of the flavours.
In regard to that, all credit must go to Jose's former prime vexation, Diego Costa, who has shown impressive persistence in that he is still managing to upset a manager at Stamford Bridge - this time, Conte (left) - and from a distance of more than 5,000 miles away.
A great vexation of families navigating mental illness is housing.
Even if his book is unlikely to topple any governments, it may at least - as its author hopes - spread comfort in some quarters, and vexation in others.
He hoped that the US President will veto the issuance of this law, for the protection of the principles of international law, maintenance of rules of international justice and to ensure continued international cooperation in combating terrorism, at the international level, warning that such a law will contribute to the support terrorists to commit their acts, in vexation of their government, violate its domestic laws and if they find that there is a state that will blame government of a country for their terrorist acts, then such an act will achieve their goals and affect international efforts, in the fight against terrorism.
We're aware changes to people's traditional routes to the racecourse and car-parking arrangements may cause some vexation, but we ask all those attending to work with us to ensure the new scheme will provide improvements for traffic flow and car parking, especially at our busier meetings.
Bassil said the Ministry has given all scientific material and adequate arguments to endorse the law; however the law had been pending approval due to political vexation.
One can easily imagine the latter's vexation, because there is a great deal of material here that might have been excellent grist for his mill.
He further said that another factor behind agitation was the vexation over failure of all the game plan for caretaker setup.
Kevin Pietersen Mark Saxby in And of course, there is the Kevin Pietersen conundrum - how will he man-manage England's most talented batsman on his return after a summer of vexation and estrangement?
Pattinson convincingly portrays Eric's vexation with his daily life.