"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
'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.
In a nutshell, progress often seems exasperatingly
It is so exasperatingly
complex to figure out that logic behind production orders was to ensure that the government could not detain parliamentarians at key moments to ensure passage of legislation.
The 2004 New York Times review described The Shadow of the Wind as '"Gabriel Garcia Marquez meets Umberto Eco meets Jorge Luis Borges' for a sprawling magic show, exasperatingly
tricky and mostly wonderful." The Catalan author's work, however, is far more complex, lush, and melodramatic than that description lets on.
thin story (by Jim Millan) transpires on a single night, and can be summarized as 'man-child runs after girl who got away'-(musical) theater's nth spin on this formula.
Lacking credibility and sincerity, habitually and exasperatingly
naive, Kumaratunga was clearly incapable of changing course.
Breathing treatments became alarmingly frequent and exasperatingly
ineffective; albuterol failed to alleviate Calvin's asthmatic symptoms; antibiotics seemed to do little more than sap his energy.