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Definition of "vext" []

  • Simple past of vex. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "vext" in a sentence
  • "She knew he meant to insinuate that it would be conjectured she designed to meet Delvile, and though colouring, vext and provoked at the suggestion, the idea was sufficient to frighten her into his plan."
  • "But we soon got over the uneasiness caused by such accidents, and usually in three or four days began to wonder how they vext us."
  • "Our women knelt, our infants shrieked in vain, as the blood-stained murderer ranged from hut to hut, dragged the husband and father from their homes, to sell them into bondage! the vext spirits of my wife and child hover o'er me like"