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Definition of "exasperated" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of exasperate. (verb)
  • Greatly annoyed; made furious (adjective)
  • Made worse or more intense (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "exasperated" in a sentence
  • "The name exasperated me, a child could have done better than that, though there was something to be said for the way it sat there flaunting its fraudulence."
  • "Plague and pestilence? asked the police minister, Nick Herbert, in exasperated retaliation."
  • "Brady looked exasperated from the start as he and the Patriots tried to make do without Wes Welker, his go-to receiver throughout a league-leading 123-catch regular season."