Word of the Day – Exasperate means…


Hello Sparkle Writer, welcome to another #WordOfTheDay post. Today we will learn what exasperate means and how to use it in a sentence. Are you ready?

To exasperate means to make someone angry or annoyed or frustrated by doing something repeatedly. It could also mean to make an unpleasant condition worse.

There are other words that have the same meaning with exasperate. A few are highlighted here; agitate, aggravate, annoy, bug, disturb, enrage, embitter, infuriate, irritate, irk, rouse.

Here are a few examples of how to use the word in a sentence:
Martha’s fear exasperated when she was told she would go into surgery.
Exasperated, the lecturer explained the topic one last time and walked out of the class.


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