exasperated


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Synonyms for exasperated

Synonyms for exasperated

greatly annoyed

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Although you accepted that you had become exasperated and frustrated by the patient who was verbally aggressive and thrashing about, you maintained your denial of slapping him.
However, many people will not give a sigh of relief, but an exasperated moan as the temperatures soar into the 30s.
Now, much like exhausted, exasperated volunteers sent out to face a second or third tour in Iraq, these folks are learning that once again the federal government plans to balance its books on their backs.
I would love to find a solution; we want to meet (the regulations), we are exasperated when we can't.
One exasperated Celtic fan shouted at the top of his voice: 'Foul throw ref, foul throw.
Spotlighting Eitzel's gift for tempering black humor with rough-hewn truth--and featuring his exasperated singing style and accomplished backing from his original bandmates--Patriots ranks among Eitzel's finest work.
Exasperated by the obstacles, one foreign businessman earnestly asked for success stories, eliciting some grins and sighs from the audience.
I speak on behalf of my entire chapter when I state that I am extremely disheartened and exasperated by your portrayal of this irresponsible hook.
After a few more minutes of being harangued, the exasperated driver eventually turned round and said: "Look, I'm responsible for the safety of this bus.
As Ben (Robert Lindsay) becomes more exasperated and claustrophobic, Susan (Zoe Wanamaker) comes up with some ingenious ways of passing the time, while Nick (Kris Marshall) discovers a moneymaking ruse.
Famous New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams, exasperated that her Park Avenue dog couldn't get doggie couture, took matters into her own hands.
William Norman Grigg's report, "The Roe Revolution," in THE NEW AMERICAN for January 17, 2000 captured the exasperated state to which Santorum drove the pro-abortion Boxer:
What had exasperated me most was acquiring permissions.
I was reminded of this the other day as I listened to an exasperated liberal policy wonk snapping at a reporter who had picked up on some of the Bush Administration's rhetoric.