Noun(1) anger produced by some annoying irritation(2) the psychological state of being irritated or annoyed(3) something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness(4) the act of troubling or annoying someone
(1) But it was in the decisions they made to cause vexation that slaves most forcefully expressed their humanity, and their opposition to the institution that oppressed them.(2) And such challenges may be used as an instrument of delay or vexation at every assize throughout the kingdom.(3) All distress, annoyance, frustration, vexation and so on is a reaction to things perceived through the senses, usually of sight or hearing.(4) To understand my vexation with this, let me share my schedule from this past week with you: five engineering midterms, five days.(5) The cumulative effect is not a developing argument but a gut sense of Sebald's inconsolable vexation .(6) Despite the huge vexation it certainly causes, many of us have become so accustomed to it that we look upon it as a ├ö├ç├┐normal├ö├ç├û phenomenon or something laughable.(7) Tedium and vexation accompany us as we wait with impatience to make a way out of our homelessness in a hobbling, heartless world into a shelter prepared for us from the foundation of the earth.(8) He's gone back to staring at me, this time with far more vexation and hostility.(9) By implication, the realist who meets force with force without vexation or anxiety is the one who fails to experience the sublime.(10) This point is really a vexation of the mind and a frittering way of precious energy.(11) But it is hard to deny that the noise of departure by persons who may have had too much liquor constitutes a vexation to those living nearby.(12) She delayed agreeing to his suggestions and changes and thereby caused considerable vexation both to Dickens and to his sub-editor.(13) Still, there are egregious cases of blatant exploitation of the suffering of victims which apparently evoke no outrage, no vexation among the supporters of the war.(14) She leaned forward and rubbed her temples, sighing in vexation .(15) Isly bit her lip in vexation as tears poured down her cheeks.(16) I would rather do that than attempt to define what vexation and oppression mean; they must vary with the circumstances of each case.
1. annoyance ::
2. worry ::
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