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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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Exasperatingly, if Neymar had stayed on his feet, he might have had a clear shooting chance.
Despite the clan's attendant losses, the exasperatingly vague Katharina von Globig, "famous as a languorous beauty," is still able to spend her days lounging behind closed doors.
As the seagull enters the property for a second time, Martin turns to his two lazing cats and exasperatingly asks: "Are you going to do anything?"
The more general, national, statistics used here date from ten years ago which reveals an exasperatingly obvious need for some new survey of actual nationwide levels of school library spending (perhaps the SLA and others should adopt the London Underground mantra of Mind the Gap!) That said this publication is exhilarating in the thorough and directly applicable quality of the contents.
Despite her dogged efforts and frequent visits to a local Tamil grocery, Ash remains exasperatingly detached -- not only from Cassie, but from himself.
Democracy is, to be sure, exasperatingly slow and often contentious.
One of them gestured exasperatingly to the other, and then they both started to laugh.
The 12 male apostles were exasperatingly dim, constantly having to ask Jesus to repeat what he had just said.
The rise of crimes in the society is the inability of the police to take concrete steps to crime and exasperatingly slow judicial process which hampers the rapid disposal of justice.
As for complicated regulations, if you ever needed to complete an application form for Universal Credit you would know that, In or Out, the same level of detailed, but most likely exasperatingly ill-fitting formalities would still apply.
The plot is exasperatingly familiar and the humour is insultingly unfunny.