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  • Bathsheba was vexed; she hardly knew why.
  • "True," she said, and though vexed at first she had too much sense to blame them long or seriously for a devotion to her that was as valuable as it was rare.
  • He went away vexed with himself, and ashamed of having for this one time in his life done anything which could be called underhand.
  • He actually blushed at the thought, and was vexed beyond measure that his sentiments of dislike towards Weatherbury should have led him to dally about the country in this way.

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  • It is a vexing problem.
  • the chronic diseases which vex mankind

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