Palmer's inability to reach a synthesis in almost any area of his life is what makes him exasperating.
But the ugly scramble was exasperating—and leaves us facing yet another showdown before spring, says John Avlon.
(Brown remains the brilliant but exasperating older brother who never left).
It was exasperating, it was humiliating but, I am ashamed to admit it today, it was also somewhat flattering.
Jackson ultimately abided by his contract, but Vitale remembered publishing the book as an exasperating experience.
She experienced an exasperating effect of trying to see round a corner.
On the other hand, that it should be directed at my misfortune was exasperating.
But now she was suffering in a hopeless, common, exasperating way for the small comforts of life.
It was most exasperating that the fog should have swept down upon us just when it did.
This charge was an exasperating one, and instantly raised the anger of the warrior to white heat.