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Gone with the Wind
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exasperated
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Gone with the Wind
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  • In a neighborhood where everyone said exactly what he thought as soon as he thought it, Ashley’s quality of reserve was exasperating.
  • With a feeling of exasperation she saw that he was in an argument and probably had not even noticed her.
  • His knowledge of her secret gave him an advantage over her that was exasperating, so she would have to change that by putting him at a disadvantage somehow.
  • For all his exasperating qualities, she grew to look forward to his calls.
  • What a tease he was and how exasperating!
  • The "cat" and the "rat" were easy to fix but the "mice" kept slipping out of her hairpins in an exasperating manner.
  • Something of her exasperated weariness seemed to penetrate his mind, calling it back from its wanderings, for he raised her hands with tenderness and, turning them palm up, looked at the calluses.
  • But she could have overlooked these things and even been happy, now that some of her money problems were being solved, except for her constantly renewed exasperation growing out of the many incidents which showed that Frank was neither a good business man nor did he want her to be a good business man.
  • Quick, Melly," cried Scarlett, her heart in her throat, exasperation sweeping her as she saw that Melly’s hands were shaking so that it was impossible for her to read.

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  • She was exasperated by his teasing.
  • My little brother can be exasperating. He’s always testing his boundaries.

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