Exasperation

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Exasperation

Carter, Sergeant
Marine corps sergeant exasperated by Gomer’s ceaseless stupidity. [TV: “Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.” in Terrace, I, 319]
Dagwood
comic strip character exasperated over Blondie’s sale purchases. [Comics: “Blondie” in Horn, 118–119]
Dithers, Mr
. Dagwood’s boss; ever exasperated over Dagwood’s sloppy work habits. [Comics: “Blondie” in Horn, 118–119]
Gildersleeve, Throckmorton P.
comic character exasperated by nephew Leroy’s antics. [Radio: “The Great Gildersleeve” in Buxton, 101]
Kennedy, Edgar
film actor famous for “slow burn.” [Am. Cinema: Halliwell]
Kowalski, Stanley
exasperated by Blanche DuBois’ affected refinement. [Am. Lit.: A Streetcar Named Desire]
Kramden, Ralph
frustrated bus driver projects exasperation toward his wife and Ed Norton. [TV: “The Honeymooners” in Terrace, I, 365–366]
Lodge, Mr
. Veronica’s wealthy father driven to distraction by Archie. [Comics: Horn, 87]
Moe
continually exasperated at Larry and Curly for their mischievous pranks. [TV: “The Three Stooges” in Terrace, II, 366]
Ricardo, Ricky
bandleader frustrated by Lucy’s mischief. [TV: “I Love Lucy” in Terrace, I, 383–384]
Smith, Ranger
park manager “driven bananas” by Yogi’s incorrigibility. [TV: “Yogi Bear” in Terrace, II, 448–449]
References in classic literature ?
So much for your rotten pessimism," he snarled at Michaelis, who uncrossed his thick legs, similar to bolsters, and slid his feet abruptly under his chair in sign of exasperation.
At which juncture, he exclaimed, in a voice of dire exasperation:
It happened that Dunstan, a short time before, having had to get down to arrange his stirrup, had muttered a good many curses at this interruption, which had thrown him in the rear of the hunt near the moment of glory, and under this exasperation had taken the fences more blindly.