You can understand why it vexes supporters of activist government.
If it vexes you my thinking it, I won't, dear; I reelly won't.
How easily they put in practice the philosophy that vexes itself not about the future!
Thou knowest the paths before us; the darkness that vexes us is as the light of the midday sun to thee.
But my younger daughter, Mrs General, rather worries and vexes my thoughts.
You will call me Thor the puny little fellow, which vexes me more than anything; for I have not been wont to blush at my name.
Oh, you know, my pet—I'm sorry if it vexes you—I loved that baby!
That is what vexes me, for I was looking forward to a good round bellyfull, and now I have to do without it.
It's not the giving him the money that vexes me, but the knowledge that he must make a bad use of it.
I showed no indiscreet eagerness, knowing that even a look, at certain moments, vexes him.