That is one of the things which exasperate me the most—that term 'shameful disease' which you have just used.
It would not subdue the savages; it would only exasperate them.
George Montagu, admiral of the British fleet during the early part of the war, did much to exasperate the colonists.
The effect of this dialogue on the listener was not to melt, but exasperate her.
Why then does this quality tend to exasperate more when we find it in Walden?
Rather submit to anything than exasperate his enemies; so she rose, with an effort.
Line upon line of references to the Neapolitan archives only bewilder and exasperate.
Erasmus wished to please the Pope and not exasperate Luther.
This tranquillity at such a moment appeared to exasperate M. Fauvel.
My wintry smile at that resemblance seemed to exasperate him.