Word of the Day (exasperation)-10NOV20

Word of the Day (exasperation)-10NOV20

Today’s “Word of the Day” is exasperation and it is a noun meaning “a feeling of strong annoyance/irritation, especially when you can not do anything to solve a problem; (intense) vexation, frustration; anger, fury, wrath“.

Example Sentence:The pandemic is affecting people. And Trump’s act had worn thin. People want to be soothed for a bit. Biden is nothing else if not soothing. He basically won the election in the first debate when he told Trump, in a voice of exasperation: “Shut up, man. This is so unpresidential.” He spoke on behalf of the majority of Americans.

This word is present in The Guardian article Trump was no accident. And the America that made him is still with us and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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