exasperation


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an exasperated feeling of annoyance

actions that cause great irritation (or even anger)

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Panelo, however, said the President's latest comment was just a hyperbole to highlight his exasperation with the audit agency.
09 ( ANI ): Responding to Saturday's chemical attacks in Douma, a rebel-controlled town in Syria's Eastern Ghouta, United States President Donald Trump took to Twitter to vent out his exasperation over the attacks, criticising the Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran for backing 'Animal Assad'.
CHRIS HUGHTON could barely conceal his exasperation at the ridiculous ban Anthony Knockaert (right) brought on himself.
We know well his voice and sense of humor, with its signature incredulity ("what's the deal with [fill in the blank]), and its air of bemused exasperation with, well, everything.
Thousands of Iranians congregated at the tomb of Cyrus the Great Friday in what was seen as a protest against the regime or, at least, an expression of exasperation with the Islamic Republic.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- When the Western world talks about the state of Turkish democracy, there comes a point of exasperation when a basic question is asked: "Are elections free and fair?"
It's the kind of proposal that causes people to shake their heads in exasperation, if they're still bothering to tune in and follow the ongoing presidential election drama.
The fact I passed out with total exasperation had absolutely nothing to do with the temperature.
Anyone who's spent time amid the energizing chaos of Cairo knows there's a set of rules for driving, chief of which is, "if there is space, occupy it." Sherief Elkatsha's boisterous docu "Cairo Drive" is a bitingly comical portrait of the capital as seen through the pandemonium of its roads, adeptly balancing wit, irony, contradiction, exasperation and fatalism--the very qualities that characterize the city's residents.
nuclear agency is urging Iran to cooperate with a probe of his agency, in unusually frank language showing exasperation with the stalled investigation, according to a report of the Associated Press.
HE exasperation felt across the region over the delays in settling the future of children's heart surgery is understandable.
IN AMUSED exasperation, Roberto Mancini dropped the F-word on Friday.
If necessity is the mother of invention, then "exasperation" must be the father.
They affirmed that they will lift their sit-in only if their claims are met, expressing exasperation at the promises made by the successive governments since the fall of the former regime that have not been fulfilled.
When I find out that a new thingamajig exists, I get really excited and go off to a shop and bombard the salesman with questions, while my son rolls his eyes in exasperation.