"What a wilderness fate has carried us to, though, really! What's most vexatious of all is to have to die here. Ech!.."
Granted I am a babbler, a harmless vexatious babbler, like all of us.
I have other complaints to make upon this vexatious occasion; but I forbear troubling myself or you any further.
Of course it is vexatious when reports either arrive late or are incomplete.
Mr President, Commissioner, ladies and gentlemen, food and consumer protection have become vexatious topics.
I find this vexatious, but I will nonetheless vote 'yes' today, because if you cannot get what you want you must want what you get.
It is clear that the prosecution is a vexatious one, by a private organisation, designed to deprive Mr. Gollnisch of his elected position and his good name.
A verdict against the applicant cannot produce an award of damages based on the stay of effects; it may only involve an award of costs if the application is deemed "vexatious".
Generally speaking, the most vexatious problem was that of silence as a response to an interpretative declaration, as addressed in draft guidelines 2.9.8 and 2.9.9.
I laud your efforts in this vexatious task.
causing irritation or annoyance: disagreeable, pestering, nettlesome, plaguey, plaguy, galling, teasing, vexing, pesky, bothersome, annoying, pestiferous, irritating