For weeks since our pilgrimage, the furious debate over the Ground Zero mosque has vexed me.
This vexed her so mach that she wept day and night about it.
For he was vexed at the scratches he had got in the struggle.
Victor was vexed by the stranger's intrusion, but could not gainsay Mrs. Joyce.
He was the Cacique of the Sun and he was vexed because he had not been called earlier.
Husbands were vexed with fear, and wives with insult to their persons: and to these wrongs folk bowed.
She had been vexed by Ned's admiration for me; and yet—and yet she didn't understand.
She is vexed by a growing conviction that Mabel's babies are sadly spoiled.
In the end I was vexed, and resolved to be even with her by not visiting the wood for some time.
vexed and mortified by a result so unexpected, De Valette hesitated what course to pursue.