exasperatingly


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ex·as·per·ate

 (ĭg-zăs′pə-rāt′)
tr.v. ex·as·per·at·ed, ex·as·per·at·ing, ex·as·per·ates
1. To make very angry or impatient; annoy greatly.
2. To increase the gravity or intensity of: "a scene ... that exasperates his rose fever and makes him sneeze" (Samuel Beckett).

[Latin exasperāre, exasperāt- : ex-, intensive pref.; see ex- + asperāre, to make rough (from asper, rough).]

ex·as′per·at′ed·ly adv.
ex·as′per·at′er n.
ex·as′per·at′ing·ly adv.
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Adv.1.exasperatingly - in an exasperating manner
Translations

exasperatingly

[ɪgˈzɑːspəreɪtɪŋlɪ] ADV the train was exasperatingly slowel tren era tan lento que me (or lo, etc) exasperaba
she's exasperatingly stupides tan estúpida que le saca a uno de quicio, es de una estupidez exasperante

exasperatingly

adv this train/student is exasperatingly slowes ist zum Verzweifeln, wie langsam dieser Zug fährt/dieser Student ist

exasperatingly

[ɪgˈzɑːspəˌreɪtɪŋlɪ] advin modo esasperante
References in classic literature ?
Godfrey was delighted with that little flash, and would have liked to go on and make her quarrel with him; Nancy was so exasperatingly quiet and firm.
Trefusis, still in snuff color, entered; coat unbuttoned and attention unconstrained; exasperatingly unconscious of any occasion for ceremony.
During the three days which followed, our progress was exasperatingly slow.
Social evolution is exasperatingly slow, isn't it, sweetheart?
Like Macaulay, he was exasperatingly blind and bigoted in regard to the things in which he had no personal interest, though the spheres of their respective enthusiasms and antipathies were altogether different.
And when you went to that lawyer yonder in the Temple with that invented story,' said the stranger, in an exasperatingly comfortable sort of confidence, 'you might have had your strong suspicions of a friend of your own, you know.
33) The CGI techniques are indeed impressive; and Jar Jar also goes through a comic version of the human maturation process; but the character, for all but the very young, is exasperatingly intrusive.
Sullivan either got man and ball simultaneously or, exasperatingly, when he was in the clear near the end, the pass ballooned over his head.
Putting to one side that exasperatingly circular pattern, there are some other payoffs to doctrinalism for lawyers: the confidence that comes with mastery of a set of complex conceptions, the aesthetic enjoyment of identifying the rooms of the old house, and the pleasure of finding the corridors that run between them with a kind of hidden logic.
Exasperatingly, Twain's contemporary--even a year younger--who scored earliest and kept widening his lead was Bret Harte.
There was Redford on Saturday absolutely cruising behind the leaders, as he had done so many times before, only, exasperatingly, to fail to deliver.
While the slow and unsettling build-up to the stabbing of Mind Control Miller was measured and masterful, other parts of the five-night festival of bleakness dragged exasperatingly.