It was a big issue in the campaign and a constant source of frustration to the leadership of the campaign.
One online recruitment video plays on the frustration young men feel living in Minneapolis.
Scott often expressed his frustration with his loss of emotional connection to the past.
That's different from today's anger, which is fueled by frustration with the economy.
This causes a disconnect that often leads to frustration in both corners.
There was frustration and anger in his face, and it hid the fear beneath it like a mask.
His grandfather had often discussed this frustration in human life.
In an agony of frustration, Bennett saw the flesh of her forehead remain clear and undisturbed.
He felt, of course, the mockery of this frustration of his powers.
At the end of a day in which he had written nothing new, he went to bed with a sense of frustration, of failure and emptiness.
"act of frustrating," 1550s, from Latin frustrationem (nominative frustratio) "a deception, a disappointment," noun of action from past participle stem of frustrari (see frustrate). Earlier (mid-15c.) with a sense of "nullification."
frustration frus·tra·tion (frŭ-strā'shən)
The condition that results when an impulse or an action is thwarted by an external or an internal force.
The blocking or thwarting of an impulse, purpose, or action.