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The ad drew an immediate and overwhelmingly negative reaction for exasperated social media users, many who identify as LGBTQ, decrying the reality TV personality getting into politics.Caitlyn Jenner releases campaign ad and social media reacts- ‘enough already’|Brody Levesque|May 4, 2021|Washington Blade
His exasperated mother drops him off in Philly to spend the summer with his estranged father, an arrangement that pleases no one.Idris Elba Brings a Regal Urban Cowboy to Life in Concrete Cowboy|Stephanie Zacharek|April 2, 2021|Time
At times, Bradford sounded exasperated by the pressure he was getting on all sides.Sacramento Report: Jones, COVID-19 and the Irony of Remote Voting|Sara Libby and Jesse Marx|August 28, 2020|Voice of San Diego
This year APEC seemed to stand for: Asian People Exasperated with China.
Understandably, even Tea Leoni is a bit exasperated with all the questions about Clinton comparisons, shouting “Kissinger!”Tea Leoni Isn’t Hillary Clinton, but ‘Madam Secretary’ May Be Her Benghazi|Kevin Fallon|September 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As I hasten to reassure these exasperated moms and dads, I had to be in the office anyway.
Finally, an exasperated Eisenhower ordered the support necessary to help recover Paris.
He may have been particularly exasperated because he had just been texting with his wife about dinner.
This exasperated the students so that they began one of those demonstrations for which Paris is famous.The Real Latin Quarter|F. Berkeley Smith
Seymour, exasperated by finding that no party was inclined to support his pretensions, spoke with extravagant violence.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
Gila Bend had exasperated him because it was not the town it called itself, but a huddle of adobe huts.Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower
But who knows; he was perhaps more exasperated by ill fortune, delirium, or despair, than really bad at heart.My Ten Years' Imprisonment|Silvio Pellico
At other places, exasperated at the chiefs of the episcopal party, the communiers were demolishing their fortified houses.