For weeks since our pilgrimage, the furious debate over the Ground Zero mosque has vexed me.
This vexed her so mach that she wept day and night about it.
I think it was the want of her, more than the value of the craft, that troubled and vexed him.
Victor was vexed by the stranger's intrusion, but could not gainsay Mrs. Joyce.
I was vexed at this mishap, for I did not like to drink my coffee without milk.
Husbands were vexed with fear, and wives with insult to their persons: and to these wrongs folk bowed.
If Mrs. Pig hadn't been so upset she might have been vexed—and with good reason.
She is vexed by a growing conviction that Mabel's babies are sadly spoiled.
But just then I was in a reaction and vexed, and I voiced my vexation swiftly.
vexed and mortified by a result so unexpected, De Valette hesitated what course to pursue.