Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vex.(verb)
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Use "vexes" in a sentence
"Often, I've inquired of non-believers if it at all vexes them that nothing that they have ever done or will ever do will make the slightest difference to anyone on any level?"
"But conservatives and liberals alike should find plenty that cheers and vexes them in essays by righties Bernard Goldberg, Peggy Noonan, and Georgette Mosbacher and lefties Nancy Pelosi, President Bill Clinton, and Jesse L. Jackson, Jr."
"I am approached frequently with a question that vexes many: How can I eat healthy while traveling?"