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ex·as·per·a·tion

 (ĭg-zăs′pə-rā′shən)
n.
1. The act or an instance of exasperating.
2. The state of being exasperated; frustrated annoyance.

ex•as•per•a•tion

(ɪgˌzæs pəˈreɪ ʃən)

n.
1. an act or instance of exasperating.
2. the state of being exasperated.
[1540–50; < Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exasperation - an exasperated feeling of annoyanceexasperation - an exasperated feeling of annoyance
vexation, annoyance, chafe - anger produced by some annoying irritation
2.exasperation - actions that cause great irritation (or even anger)exasperation - actions that cause great irritation (or even anger)
annoying, vexation, annoyance, irritation - the act of troubling or annoying someone
exacerbation - violent and bitter exasperation; "his foolishness was followed by an exacerbation of their quarrel"

exasperation

noun irritation, anger, rage, fury, wrath, provocation, passion, annoyance, ire (literary), pique, aggravation (informal), vexation, exacerbation There was a trace of exasperation in his voice.

exasperation

noun
Translations
إغاظَه
irritationophidselse
felbosszantás
gremja, reiîi
kızgınlıköfke

exasperation

[ɪgˌzɑːspəˈreɪʃən] Nexasperación f
"hurry!" he cried in exasperationdate prisa! -gritó exasperado or con exasperación

exasperation

[ɪgˌzɑːspəˈreɪʃən] nexaspération f, irritation f
in exasperation → exaspéré(e)

exasperation

nVerzweiflung f (→ with über +acc); he cried out in exasperationer schrie verzweifelt auf

exasperation

[ɪgˌzɑːspəˈreɪʃn] nesasperazione f

exasperate

(igˈzaːspəreit) verb
to irritate (someone) very much indeed. He was exasperated by the continual interruptions.
exˌaspeˈration noun
She hit the child in exasperation.
References in classic literature ?
Would exasperation, however, if relief had longer been postponed, finally have betrayed me?
What I chose," said Christine, driven to exasperation.
It was just like the East Wind's nature to inflict starvation upon the bodies of unoffending sailors, while he corrupted their simple souls by an exasperation leading to outbursts of profanity as lurid as his blood-red sunrises.