exasperated - meaning and definition. What is exasperated
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exasperated      
adj.
1) exasperated at, by
2) exasperated to + inf. (she was exasperated to find nobody at home)
exasperated      
If you describe a person as exasperated, you mean that they are frustrated or angry because of something that is happening or something that another person is doing.
The president was clearly exasperated by the whole saga...
ADJ: oft ADJ by/with/at n
exasperate      
v. a.
1.
Irritate, provoke, chafe, vex, nettle, incense, anger, affront, offend, enrage, make angry, aggravate.
2.
Exacerbate, aggravate, inflame, render more violent.
Pronunciation examples for exasperated
1. in a frustrated, exasperated sigh,
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2. Exasperated and fearing a scandal,
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3. I was exasperated and tired and annoyed,
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4. And you've just exasperated the problem.
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5. like I'd seen exasperated men do.
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Examples of use of exasperated
1. For anything?" Specter asked, clearly exasperated.
2. Exasperated, they eventually checked him into the clinic.
3. Stammer admits he gets exasperated with their vacillating.
4. The scale of the problem has exasperated Britain.
5. "When kids feels exasperated, they stamp their feet.