says David at one point, exasperatedly
looking for real wood in a hospital waiting room.
Jones (Farrar Straus Giroux, 2011/VOYA online July 2011), is overheard complaining to his mother about his homemade lunch, not once, but twice, exasperatedly
telling her to put whey powder (ironically, not vegan) in his natural peanut butter and later telling her he wanted black olive hummus, not ranch dressing, because, "You know I don't do dairy .
Using the same insults and libelous accusations every time could be boring, so they exasperatedly
search for new expressions.
When Brick pleads that Maggie not mention Skipper, Maggie exasperatedly
replies, 'The laws of silence won't work about that
17) And in 1920 Gropius exasperatedly
referred to the Jewish student supporters of faculty member Johannes Itten as having too much influence over him.
But she hasn't always been the downtrodden, long-suffering character we've come to know and exasperatedly
shout advice at.
he asked, exasperatedly
name-checking great competitors in chess, basketball, and football.
As Joyce Willis, the pretentious wife of a leading industrialist in the suburb, exasperatedly
observes, 'Our friends always get lost finding the way here'.
, against my instincts, I think I'd recommend it.
When Eustace exasperatedly
informs him that he "might be from three to fifteen miles straight upward," Sweet Fern "ejaculate[s]" with a "contented sort of a grunt," repeating, "Sure enough, that was a giant," to himself in "an ecstasy at the precision of these measurements" (111).
When Hayes-Rore presses her on the subject, Helga exasperatedly
wonders if she is "to be forever explaining her people--or lack of them?
I can afford to take occasional baths with bottled water, but it would be too much of an expense with my friend and his family around," he said exasperatedly