At that point, my convict became so frantically exasperated, that he would have rushed upon him but for the interposition of the soldiers.
Meanwhile, councils went on in the kitchen at home, fraught with almost insupportable aggravation to my exasperated spirit.
Then, Drummle glanced at me, with an insolent triumph on his great-jowled face that cut me to the heart, dull as he was, and so exasperated me, that I felt inclined to take him in my arms (as the robber in the story-book is said to have taken the old lady) and seat him on the fire.
"Why do you, a stranger coming into my rooms at this time of the night, ask that question?" said I. "You’re a game one," he returned, shaking his head at me with a deliberate affection, at once most unintelligible and most exasperating; "I’m glad you’ve grow’d up, a game one!
"Now," said Pumblechook, and all this with a most exasperating air of saying in the cause of virtue what was perfectly convincing and conclusive, "I will tell you what to say to Joseph.
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She was exasperated by his teasing.
My little brother can be exasperating. He’s always testing his boundaries.