Definition of exasperatedly in US English:

exasperatedly

adverb

  • See exasperate

    • ‘I said, a bit exasperatedly, ‘Trenting, sit down before you get us expelled.’’
    • ‘‘No,’ Kim replied, looking exasperatedly at Michael, who was standing beside Linda.’
    • ‘I exasperatedly handed the bareback pad to Alissa.’
    • ‘This went on for almost ten minutes before she exasperatedly suggested that we should agree to disagree.’
    • ‘‘I don't have to listen to this,’ Claire said exasperatedly, closing her purse.’
    • ‘she cried, throwing her hands up in the air exasperatedly.’
    • ‘Shaking his head, Tanmer said exasperatedly, ‘Don't you people ever do anything normal?’’
    • ‘Alice stood up, shaking her head exasperatedly.’
    • ‘The Russians rather exasperatedly denied the story.’
    • ‘She looked away, closing her eyes, wherein he sighed exasperatedly and said, ‘Crys, look at me.’’
    • ‘The Duchess of Ferrero Rocher sighed exasperatedly.’
    • ‘I woke up in the middle of the night with tormentably aching arms and the last threads of a dream in which K had exasperatedly told me to stop blogging.’
    • ‘He turned to me and shook his head exasperatedly.’
    • ‘Slapping my forehead exasperatedly, I looked around.’
    • ‘I exasperatedly shout before running to the airport.’
    • ‘I have exasperatedly succumbed to the practice of babying resistant young voters in the past.’
    • ‘I exasperatedly remarked that they were a perfect match, they were both aesthetically hideous with horrifically competitive personalities to match.’
    • ‘he said as he looked exasperatedly from one to the other.’
    • ‘Sean groaned exasperatedly as Cameron carried on.’
    • ‘Jill exasperatedly blew out a large burst of air.’