In vexatious Latin America, they knew that a blue chip ego was an asset.
Even with this powerful auxiliary, it was not yet strong enough to prevent an unexpected and vexatious delay.
I was still wrestling with this vexatious question when I came to my mother's house.
Though the rain has failed to come, I begin to be glad I am hobbling along over the vexatious ties.
It's vexatious, when one has the wherewithal to pay for wetting his whistle!
It dishonoureth religion, by making men believe that it is a melancholy, vexatious, self-tormenting life.
To Wellington this was perhaps the most vexatious of all things in that vexatious time.
As if this were not vexatious enough, her plans were disarranged in another and more important particular.
Of course, one must always pay the price, usually a vexatious one.
These three attacks were made by the Pharisees, and were most irritating and vexatious, each in its own way.