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 ?
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.
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.
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.
Despite her dogged efforts and frequent visits to a local Tamil grocery, Ash remains exasperatingly detached -- not only from Cassie, but from himself.
Democracy is, to be sure, exasperatingly slow and often contentious.
One of them gestured exasperatingly to the other, and then they both started to laugh.
The 12 male apostles were exasperatingly dim, constantly having to ask Jesus to repeat what he had just said.
Else, you get a piece that's manipulative, exasperatingly didactic and, for a playwright of Luarca's caliber, highly disappointing.
The rise of crimes in the society is the inability of the police to take concrete steps to crime and exasperatingly slow judicial process which hampers the rapid disposal of justice.