Definition of aggravatingly in English:

aggravatingly

adverb

  • See aggravate

    • ‘As it is, I find the navigation aggravatingly, ironically useless.’
    • ‘Green is the film's one saving grace, but he's mostly relegated to an aggravatingly tedious subplot involving his character's attempt to feed a sleepy snake.’
    • ‘Meanwhile, several flights upstairs, there's an aggravatingly strident and disconnected quality to the vocals, which doesn't bode well for the future.’
    • ‘Or the theory of weight loss is aggravatingly simple - burn more calories than you consume - and the most pleasant possible practice is to do this without really noticing, for example by taking a nice long walk.’
    • ‘Some aggravatingly healthy person started whistling ‘Blue Moon,’ and everyone laughed with the joy of the catch.’