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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvexedvexed /vekst/ adjective  1 vexed question/issue/problem etc2 ANNOY[+at/with] old-fashioned annoyed or worried
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vexedNo, she's not vexed.The question of which system to choose is a vexed one.The vexed question has always been: Who should write the programs which control these machines?Potentially an even bigger bombshell is about to burst on the vexed question of pension rights.A paradigm example of this is the vexed question of spatial visualisation.Until recently what was on the child's school record and whether parent or child could see it was a vexed question.
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