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Adjective: exasperated  ig'zãs-pu,rey-tid or eg'zãs-pu,rey-tid
  1. Greatly annoyed; out of patience
    "had an exasperated look on his face"; "felt exasperated beyond endurance";
    - cheesed off [Brit], browned off [Brit]
Verb: exasperate  ig'zãs-pu,reyt or eg'zãs-pu,reyt
  1. Make very annoyed or frustrated
    - exacerbate, aggravate
     
  2. Make furious
    "The boy knew how to exasperate his mother";
    - infuriate, incense[2]
     
  3. Make worse
    - worsen, aggravate, exacerbate

See also: displeased

Type of: alter, anger, change, modify