But he, quick to become exasperated by opposition, always went further, hurling numbers at his competitors as though they were blows.
He felt as exasperated at her presence as he had at the beginning of hostilities. Dona Luisa was still innocently repeating her sister's statements,
Her husband certainly was quick tempered, holding her responsible for all the whims with which he exasperated his children, yet he could never bear to have her out of his sight.
In the rooms above was ultra-modern luxury, gilded and glacial, with white walls and glass doors with tiny panes which exasperated Desnoyers,
Now they were going to pay the penalty for such exasperating and clamorous foolishness. For him war meant disaster writ large. He had no faith in his country. France's day had passed.
One of the salesmen,—the fellow who was troubled with his stomach, exasperated by the boredom, the heat and his uncertain digestion, found no other distraction than insulting and berating Manuel while he served at table, whether or not there were cause.
The irregularity in the mails was exasperating her so that she began composing protests to the government whenever a few days passed by without bringing any letter from sub-Lieutenant Lacour.
The old fellow, exasperated beyond endurance, gave frantic chase to the urchins; a group of idlers and news-vendors jostled against him as if by accident, and the pursuer, perspiring freely and wiping his face with his handkerchief, went off in search of an officer.
How exasperating!” sighed Marguerite. They are going to find us out!" A girl looked at her so searchingly that she thought she recognized in her an employee of a celebrated modiste.
“You see how stubborn she is?” Charlotte Cotter said, sounding exasperated.
greatly annoyed; out of patience: cheesed off, browned off, displeased