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exasperated
used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

8 uses
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Definition
greatly annoyed
  • To the great exasperation of the others, Constance demanded to know why they couldn't have candy for breakfast.
    p. 94.9
  • Sticky said, exasperated.
    p. 42.7
  • Kate said, exasperated.
    p. 73.5
  • Constance seemed exasperated.
    p. 104.8
  • From above them came the rustling sound of a ceiling panel being slid aside, and in the glow of a flashlight beam they saw Constance's dusty, cobweb-covered, exasperated face.
    p. 179.9
  • Kate said, exasperated.
    p. 204.5
  • She switched on her flashlight and whispered in an exasperated tone, "You didn't even knock!"
    p. 308.8
  • Exasperated, she said, "Why won't that man leave?
    p. 356.6

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