1 With a feeling of exasperation she saw that he was in an argument and probably had not even noticed her.
2 "Quick, Melly," cried Scarlett, her heart in her throat, exasperation sweeping her as she saw that Melly's hands were shaking so that it was impossible for her to read.
3 He developed the acute exasperation of a pestered animal, a well-meaning cow worried by dogs.
4 He now gave a cry of exasperation and made a furious motion with his hand.
5 He began to fume with rage and exasperation.
6 A strange feeling of exasperation and yet of respect for this man's self-possession mingled at that moment in Rostov's soul.
7 He sucked and swallowed the cold snow, his lips quivered but his eyes, still smiling, glittered with effort and exasperation as he mustered his remaining strength.
8 She saw with sorrow, and sometimes with exasperation, symptoms of a growing attachment between her son and the portionless Sonya.
9 She continued plodding on, but exasperation and irritation had got hold of her lower body, she couldn't escape.
10 This news affected Connie in her state of semi-stupefied well-being with vexation amounting to exasperation.
11 His exasperation can be imagined.
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12 There was one circumstance which, it must be admitted, aggravated his exasperation.
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13 This exasperated and tortured Golenishtchev, but Vronsky was incapable of deceiving and torturing himself, and even more incapable of exasperation.
14 During my absence I should leave my friends unconscious of the existence of their enemy and unprotected from his attacks, exasperated as he might be by my departure.
15 I tried four times; finally an exasperated central told me the wire was being kept open for long distance from Detroit.