Definition of exasperating in English:

exasperating

adjective

  • Intensely irritating; infuriating.

    ‘they suffered a number of exasperating setbacks’
    • ‘Instead of thinking he is insane, she thinks he is exasperating.’
    • ‘For small-company executives, the "procedural roadblocks" that Hoppe describes are exasperating.’
    • ‘The determination to never speak ill can be exasperating for a reporter.’
    • ‘Personally, I find the meta conspiracy approach a bit exasperating.’
    • ‘I find certain aspects of my other half to be exasperating.’
    • ‘There have been sessions that have been exasperating for us all.’
    • ‘Singh's affairs with his putter, in all its guises, have been exasperating.’
    • ‘Together, they build up a vivid picture of cricket's most exasperating sons.’
    • ‘John (who may or may not be from Cincinnati) is by turns mysterious and exasperating.’
    • ‘Penelope purposefully marched into the throng of suitors, looking for the familiar and somewhat exasperating figure.’
    • ‘Education, then, becomes an exasperating game of constant catchup.’
    • ‘I've got to say, this is the most exasperating interview I've ever had.’
    • ‘It was an exasperating experience of continually losing my place.’
    • ‘The film is at its most exasperating in detailing the tragic story of Eduardo "El Chino" Hernandez.’
    • ‘A boxer's exuberance can sometimes be exasperating.’
    • ‘The most profound meditation only leads to an exasperating sense of impotence.’
    • ‘Nancy could sometimes be the most exasperating of creatures.’
    • ‘From the beginning, they had serious differences of opinions that caused exasperating conflict.’
    • ‘He was competitive, outspoken, a loner often exasperating to those who did not see things his way.’
    • ‘It is in fact an exasperating type of motion picture.’

Pronunciation:

exasperating

/iɡˈzaspəˌrādiNG/