- rhwystrorhwystredigsy'n peri rhwystredigaethrhwystredig
Verb(1) hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires(2) treat cruelly
(1) When you see these polls that show your popularity down a bit, it doesn't frustrate you?(2) Now Constantine had had enough of their pagan attempts to frustrate his policies.(3) But he said Russian opposition could continue to frustrate British-backed plans to reform UN sanctions against Iraq.(4) All or some of these measures can help to frustrate the would-be car thief.(5) These, it sees, are attempting to frustrate their progression to the police boards.(6) Jeff Tracy and his sons sort out natural disasters and frustrate the dastardly plans of the megalomaniac villain called the Hood.(7) Already, legal moves are under way to frustrate the plan, and these will be partly grounded on the historical significance of the site that has been chosen.(8) It illustrates how the little man can, in the end, outwit and frustrate the grandiose plans of the great.(9) Lessons in which there are no right or wrong answers, and from which solid conclusions cannot be drawn, tend to frustrate boys, who often view them as pointless.(10) Allowing the produce to go to waste will not only frustrate farmers, but will also render fruitless, all the good efforts so far made to revive agriculture which collapsed in the last decade, due to bad policies.(11) In the case cited, however, one is voting for him precisely in order to frustrate his pro-abortion purposes.(12) Almost none of these fights are necessary to the plot; instead, they are pointless digressions, guaranteed to frustrate any viewer actually taking an interest in the story.(13) I think it frustrates adults when they cannot instill their ideas into teens.(14) Of course, the failed indicator light was frustrating our efforts to read the indication.(15) What is even worse is that it frustrates efforts to find a solution.(16) When we were keeping the ball in the corner, it frustrates the fans but it's a nervous team because we haven't won for a while.
(1) to frustrate :: i rwystro
1. thwart ::
2. exasperate ::
3. cross ::
4. torment ::
1. advance ::
2. cultivate ::
3. encourage ::
4. forward ::
5. foster ::
6. further ::
7. nurture ::
8. promote ::
Different Formsfrustrate, frustrated, frustrates, frustrating
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