1 Each of us a free man; plates washed by machinery; not an aeroplane to vex us; all liberated; made whole.
2 Mr. Brownlow paced the room to and fro for some minutes; evidently so much disturbed by the beadle's tale, that even Mr. Grimwig forbore to vex him further.
3 Anne caught his eye, saw his cheeks glow, and his mouth form itself into a momentary expression of contempt, and turned away, that she might neither see nor hear more to vex her.
4 A sandwich and a cup of coffee, and then off to violin-land, where all is sweetness and delicacy and harmony, and there are no red-headed clients to vex us with their conundrums.
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5 It is an excellent plan to have some place where we can go to be quiet, when things vex or grieve us.
6 Ah, yes, I hear these naughty ones go to vex you, Mees Marsch.
7 Hereafter, we must be cautious how we vex her.
8 Where I might go, what I might do, or when I might return, were questions utterly unknown to me; nor did I vex my mind with them, for it was wholly set on Provis's safety.
9 She is the best friend I have, and that is why I mind having to vex her.
10 Still more, on viewing the matter clearly, he felt vexed to think that he himself had been so largely the cause of the catastrophe.
11 He suddenly felt vexed with himself for having, without reason, been so expansive before this gentleman.
12 I am very much vexed that I have forgotten.
13 He broke off and began pacing the room still more vexed.
14 The plump boy ran after them angrily, as if vexed that their program had been disturbed.
15 It was not what he had read that vexed him, but the fact that the life out there in which he had now no part could perturb him.