To make things worse the prosecutor exasperated him, as though intentionally, by vexatious interruptions about "trifling points."
There’s positively no talking to you!" cried Mitya, exasperated beyond endurance, and turning to the secretary, crimson with anger, he said quickly, with a note of fury in his voice: "Write down at once …. at once ….
"We quite understand that you made that statement just now through exasperation with us and the questions we put to you, which you consider trivial, though they are, in fact, essential," the prosecutor remarked dryly in reply.
Nastya was exasperated.
Snegiryov’s face looked eager, yet bewildered and exasperated.
For my part I agree thoroughly with the young doctor who maintained that the prisoner’s mental faculties have always been normal, and that he has only been irritable and exasperated.
I won’t press the point that Smerdyakov could hardly have reckoned on this beforehand, and have foreseen that the furious and exasperated son would simply come to peep in respectfully, though he knew the signals, and beat a retreat, leaving Smerdyakov his booty.
I would, I would, I could do it directly, only don’t exasperate me …. and I’ll send him about his business, I’ll snap my fingers in his face, he shall never see me again!"
But it’s his doing, his doing; there’s no doubt about it, he murdered him, that’s as clear as daylight now," Mitya exclaimed more and more frantically, repeating himself incoherently, and growing more and more exasperated and excited.
), and I was so exasperated at the mere possibility of such an unjust thought on his part that I lost my temper again, and instead of kissing his feet, flew into a fury again!
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She was exasperated by his teasing.
My little brother can be exasperating. He’s always testing his boundaries.