verb (used with object), ex·as·per·at·ed, ex·as·per·at·ing.
Origin of exasperate
Synonyms for exasperate
Related Words for exasperatingannoy, disturb, embitter, peeve, infuriate, vex, excite, incense, enrage, agitate, rile, irk, irritate, gall, rankle, aggravate, pique, needle, get, madden
Examples from the Web for exasperating
Contemporary Examples of exasperating
Palmer's inability to reach a synthesis in almost any area of his life is what makes him exasperating.Will the Real Jim Palmer Please Stand Up
September 27, 2014
But the ugly scramble was exasperating—and leaves us facing yet another showdown before spring, says John Avlon.Congress’s Fiscal-Cliff Chaos: House Passes Last-Minute Deal
January 2, 2013
While exasperating his own side, Gingrich was fascinated by the 42nd president.How Newt Gingrich Crashed and Burned When He Was House Speaker
Howard Kurtz, Lois Romano
December 27, 2011
It was exasperating, it was humiliating but, I am ashamed to admit it today, it was also somewhat flattering.The DSK Case: Flirting, Groping, and Rape
May 24, 2011
Jackson ultimately abided by his contract, but Vitale remembered publishing the book as an exasperating experience.When Jackie Met Jacko
December 4, 2010
Historical Examples of exasperating
Then the exasperating remembrance, with its cruel irony, returned to him.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
The idea that Rose might lose her beauty was exasperating him.
Very well, so much the better; the woman has been exasperating me!
Another who troubled her, who persisted in living with exasperating obstinacy!Doctor Pascal
Into the details of this exasperating task we cannot here enter.Benjamin Franklin
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