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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexasperationex‧as‧pe‧ra‧tion /ɪɡˌzɑːspəˈreɪʃən $ ɪɡˌzæs-/ noun [uncountable]  when you feel annoyed because someone continues to do something that is upsetting you Carol sighed in exasperation.
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exasperationIt was a mixture of amusement and exasperation with her friend, with worry added.Many people express exasperation with the National Health Service, but most seem to prefer it to a private system.He pounded the desk in exasperation.The batsman drove the last ball of the over for four, and the bowler kicked the ground in exasperation.She was acting like some idiotic schoolgirl, not an intelligent woman, she thought in exasperation.She stared at his back view in exasperation.Jehana gave a gasp of exasperation, and she stood up.A look of exasperation passed between him and Florence.He looked at her with exasperation when she just gazed at him with wide deep blue eyes.
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