- أسخطباستياءيقض مضجعساخط
Verb(1) exasperate or irritate(2) make furious(3) make worse
(1) In contrast to his vigour and emotional buoyancy later in seeing off the so-called fuel blockade, this dark episode was equally to infuriate, exhaust and exasperate the First Minister.(2) She loved her sister dearly and always would, but sometimes Staicie had the infuriating knack of being able to effortlessly exasperate a saint.(3) Such exasperation may have led to posters being stolen and vandalised but there could be another reason.(4) An unreliable boyfriend at the best of times, Shaun persistently exasperates Liz by insisting they spend all their waking hours in the Winchester Arms, their local boozer.(5) I have exasperatedly succumbed to the practice of babying resistant young voters in the past.(6) Now instead of the anger and exasperation , an emotion more like dread clouded his mind.(7) I exasperatedly remarked that they were a perfect match, they were both aesthetically hideous with horrifically competitive personalities to match.(8) He sometimes exasperates his journalistic contacts with a steady stream of press releases crammed with statistics, but it earned him kudos and contacts with the Scottish media that are now paying off.(9) he said as he looked exasperatedly from one to the other.(10) The writers liked him because he was interested in the whole piece - sometimes exasperatingly so.(11) What fun I had groping around in the dark before stumbling into the dazzling light of the centre and a guilty-looking lover chatting up the exasperatingly pretty artist.(12) But the role of Sandeman brings out the self-important worst in Harris, who delivers an exasperatingly conceited, whispery performance.(13) Slapping my forehead exasperatedly , I looked around.(14) Considering he and Stimac put 16 hours a day into the place, his exasperation is justified.(15) said the steward who, with exasperation , surveyed the teenager who was wearing full cricket gear.(16) It was exasperatingly difficult to tear pieces of the meat off with her fingers, and after several failed attempts, she finally gave in and stuck the jerky up under the sash, angling it to fit into her mouth.
(1) exasperate :: أسخط
1. infuriate ::
2. exacerbate ::
3. incense ::
Different Formsexasperate, exasperated, exasperates, exasperating
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