exasperated


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Synonyms for exasperated

Synonyms for exasperated

greatly annoyed

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Hundreds have already signed the protest while many more took to social media exasperated by how difficult the pure maths test appeared,DevonLivereports.
'Yes, he was exasperated but then again, the red tape was already done.
He admitted that he was "so exasperated" with fighting corruption after uncovering anomalous transactions in government.
Mr Ramsbotham said: "While we have accepted the referendum result, our members are exasperated at the lack of tangible progress towards a positive deal which is clearly hindering business planning."
"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.
Yesterday she said she was disappointed and exasperated by news that the Government appears to have ruled out a cull.
EVERTON IANS exasperated by the BBC's obsession with screening the Blues way past midnight during Match of the Day can make a little money from the snub next season.
The move comes amid heightened tensions between Washington and Iran with the US appearing increasingly exasperated with the country's nuclear ambitions.
They both like reading and SF movies, and are exasperated by most of humanity.
But seated in his small office at the ranch's entrance, Richards' exasperated tone makes it clear he's administrating less and less these days.
At Blackpool, you could always have a laugh watching chaps with hankies on their heads getting exasperated on the sands.
As Judge O'Flaherty continues his one-man crusade in Virginia, state prosecutors grow more exasperated. In October Assistant Prosecutor Jenna Sands asked the judge to recuse himself if he wasn't going to consider all the evidence.
"Fourth-grade girls," she says, with a loving, exasperated note in her voice.
She was exasperated that the issue had continued for so long.
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.