Now, the exasperation on both sides is reaching a fever pitch.
Still, her exasperation over being a role model for the gay community seemed to be headed towards a breaking point.
Lincoln fired McClellan, his top Civil War general, after months of exasperation over how McClellan was fighting the war.
Her oldest son, Abdullah, exploded with exasperation as his mother talked.
“That was George W. Bush, this is Barack Obama” cried one veteran (Paddy Ashdown) in exasperation, but in vain.
exasperation was too much developed at this point to permit of blowing off steam in the form of sarcastic remark.
He repeated the words with a grimace of exasperation: "My name!"
His uneasiness, his exasperation, his scorn were blunted at last by all these trying hours.
Beauchene clenched his fists and raised his arms in exasperation.
But this impersonal method of knocking the ground from under his feet goaded him to exasperation.