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1. exasperated

adjective. ['ɪgˈzæspɝˌeɪtɪd'] greatly annoyed; out of patience.

Synonyms

  • displeased
  • browned off

Antonyms

  • contented
  • content
  • entertained

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Rhymes with Exasperated

  • aspirated

How do you pronounce exasperated?

Pronounce exasperated as ɪgˈzæspərˌeɪtɪd.

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How do you spell exasperated? Is it exasparated ?

A common misspelling of exasperated is exasparated

Sentences with exasperated


1. Adjective
Don’t get too excited and make an exasperated exclamation of thanks, as this can be off-putting.

2. Verb, past participle
This could be a sign of a more serious underlying condition that is exasperated by straining when lifting weights.

3. Verb, past tense
System crashes happen without warning and result in slashed productivity, exasperated users, and sometimes lost work.

Quotes about exasperated


1. what's your name?"what?"i asked, squinting at the light.your name."I reconized Dr. Olendzki peering over me.you know my name."I want you to tell me."Rose. Rose Hathaway."Do you know your birthday?"Of course I do. Why are you asking me such stupid things? Did you lose my records?"Dr. Olendzki gave an exasperated sigh and walked off, taking the annoying light with her. "I think she's fine,
- Richelle Mead, Frostbite

2. Your stepfather? I'd like to meet him."Oh no... why?"I'm not sure that's a good idea."Christian unlocks the door, his mouth in a grim line."Are you ashamed of me?""No!"It's my turn to sound exasperated. "Introduce you to my dad as what? 'This is the man who deflowered me and wants to start a BDSM relationship'. You're not wearing running shoes.
- E.L. James, Fifty Shades of Grey

3. There are 10,000 books in my library, and it will keep growing until I die. This has exasperated my daughters, amused my friends and baffled my accountant. If I had not picked up this habit in the library long ago, I would have more money in the bank today; I would not be richer.
- Pete Hamill

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