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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvexationvex‧a‧tion /vekˈseɪʃən/ noun old-fashioned  1 [uncountable]ANNOY when you feel worried or annoyed by somethingin vexation Erika stamped her foot in vexation.2 [countable]ANNOY something that worries or annoys you
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vexationWith tongue and teeth he gave a tight rasp and turned away in boredom or vexation or distaste.To Meryl's vexation, the boundary wall proved to be nearly eight feet high.The wife also claimed damages for mental stress, vexation and strain caused by the defendants' negligence.
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