1 The current situation is very frustrating for us.
2 He doesn't listen to what I say and it's so frustrating.
3 My job can be very frustrating sometimes.
4 Its coherence is evident; it is too lovely and lucid to be frustrating or dull.
5 Some dangers are real and obvious; others are slow, insidious, frustrating hope, and causing keen disappointment.
6 Lawmakers on both sides of the partisan aisle are growing increasingly impatient with website snafus that they say are frustrating the public and adding to taxpayer costs.
7 An article based on the interview can be found here, which focuses on Mr Lewman's belief that cyberspies in the US and UK are leaking his team information, frustrating their colleagues' efforts to compromise Tor's special browser software.
8 The police frustrated the bandit's attempt to rob the bank.
9 He gets frustrated when people don't understand what he's trying to say.
10 This failure leaves the child depressed and frustrated.
11 His apathy just made her even more frustrated.
12 Ever so a person, can in order to my every move and happy or frustrated for a long time.
13 He had hoped to set a new world record, but was frustrated by bad weather.
14 Trying to pin down exactly when the contractors would be finished remodeling the house, Nancy was frustrated by their elusive replies.
15 A divided Liberal party after the war meant a frustrated and enfeebled nonconformity.