verb (used with object), ex·as·per·at·ed, ex·as·per·at·ing.
Origin of exasperate
Can be confusedexacerbate exasperate
Examples from the Web for exasperatingly
Growing distrust of a brilliant and exasperatingly Celestial Ministry determined the course of my later years in Parliament.Sonia Between two Worlds|Stephen McKenna
I know enough to know that, replied Christopher in his most exasperatingly superior tone.Letty and the Twins|Helen Sherman Griffith
His ideas about things, his attitude towards things, were wholly and exasperatingly incomprehensible to her.If Winter Comes|A.S.M. Hutchinson
"I should like very much to hear them," replied the young man, with an exasperatingly incredulous smile.
Even travel on the Ohio in low-water months was exasperatingly slow.Historic Highways of America (Vol. 1)|Archer Butler Hulbert