verb (used with object), ex·as·per·at·ed, ex·as·per·at·ing.
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Origin of exasperate
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OTHER WORDS FROM exasperateex·as·per·at·er, nounex·as·per·at·ing·ly, adverbun·ex·as·per·at·ing, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH exasperateexacerbate, exasperate
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Example sentences from the Web for exasperate
Washington was similarly exasperated during World War I when Britain used its control over international communications to limit news about the war as well as day-to-day economic information.China is taking aim at the key to America’s dominant role in the world|Gregory Mitrovich|March 25, 2021|Washington Post
As long as Congresses and Presidents exasperate each other, Schlesinger will have an audience, and an afterlife.The Man with the President’s Ear, Arthur Schlesinger Jr. and JFK|Ted Widmer|October 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Just to exasperate Dayton further I put in a plea for gifts as against character in educational, artistic, and legislative work.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells
For—perhaps this was partly the effect of the unrelenting heat—her insipid coquetries had begun to exasperate me more and more.In Accordance with the Evidence|Oliver Onions
What divisions separate the human race, and exasperate men against each other!Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II|Francis Augustus Cox
She added several other Sayings which instead of pacifying this silly Queen, did but exasperate her the more.The Memoirs of Charles-Lewis, Baron de Pollnitz, Volume I|Karl Ludwig von Pllnitz
It seems to me that the best way is to describe, with the simplest precision, those things that exasperate one.Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2|Gustave Flaubert