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exasperate

Botany having a rough prickly surface because of the presence of hard projecting points

exasperate

[ig′zas·pə·rət]
(biology)
Having a surface roughened by stiff elevations or bristles.
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The pianist finished his golden oldie, peeping al us frowningly all along, and then exasperatedly ran off to the kitchen.
You guys can make nuclear bombs, but you can't do this," he said exasperatedly to one of the doctors for his shoddy work.
But she hasn't always been the downtrodden, long-suffering character we've come to know and exasperatedly shout advice at.
But we have no interest in mass foreclosures, particularly when it comes to someone's main home," he said, exasperatedly adding "what am I going to do with them all?
he asked, exasperatedly name-checking great competitors in chess, basketball, and football.
Using the same insults and libelous accusations every time could be boring, so they exasperatedly search for new expressions.
says David at one point, exasperatedly looking for real wood in a hospital waiting room.
Cory Gardner of Colorado did pepper the witnesses with questions, but didn't wait for answers, prompting Kerry to say exasperatedly, "If you want to ask a question without an answer, we can all run out of time.
Rowse's Emilia Lanyer (one can hear Rowse, wherever he may be, exasperatedly fluting "Third-rate minds
One manager described exasperatedly how he began to feel uncomfortable in his "huge paneled, elegant office, an office fit for a regional director [a manager two levels above].
When, in response, Sarac allegedly told Erdoy-an that HabertE-rk customarily broadcasts parliamentary group meetings of all political parties represented in Parliament, the prime minster exasperatedly said: "I can't believe it
Wherever Iran finds a loophole [around the sanctions]," Rafsanjani exasperatedly told Iran's Assembly of Experts last year, "the Western powers block it.