Lady Rookwood's rage and vexation at this indignity were beyond all bounds.
At this accident Jason could not help uttering a cry of vexation.
Everything else, as saith the preacher, is but vanity and vexation of spirit.
The man must have been a detestable hypocrite, I think, had he not shown his vexation.
To which Challis replied, with vexation in his voice: "I could have forgiven you more than that."
The plural vexed Temple, and he told himself how unreasonable the vexation was.
A clatter of hoofs was heard, and Orde looked up with vexation, but his brow cleared as a horseman halted under the porch.
He raised his arms to heaven, he was stifling with envy and vexation.
Carl threw himself on the bed and shed some tears of vexation and disappointment.
She threw aside the letter with a gesture of vexation, and opened the next.