One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she provoked exasperation among her colleagues’
irritation, annoyance, chagrin, vexation, anger, fury, rage, wrath, spleen, ill humour, crossness, tetchiness, testiness, pique, indignation, resentment, disgruntlement, disgust, discontent, displeasure
informal aggravation, crabbiness
British informal stroppiness
literary ire, choler, bile
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