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- adv. In a vexing manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a vexing manner; so as to vex, tease, or irritate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a vexing manner; so as to vex, tease, or irritate.
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The mysterious, vexingly delicious smell of maple syrup that has been terrorizing New Yorkers for years, wafting about on its mysterious errands, has been run to ground.
One of the finest realizations of a vexingly problematic classic in recent seasons.
Because, as I write ad infinitum, it is vexingly difficult to distinguish levels of will and choice, except at the extremes of the continuum where pure freedom and pure slavery supposedly exist.
But retinoic acid, researchers had found, was a vexingly unreliable reagent.
The factory-farm connection was a "wild theory" propelled though the vexingly "unsubstantiated" Internet and drowning out "sound science."
Scholars have documented the inexorable effect...... the vexingly exorable effect...
Now, I know a lot of folks just can't stand her cheery act, but it fit the spirit of the show perfectly which may tell a lot about why it got canceled after just 22 episodes and two vexingly incomplete seasons, but I loved her Olive, especially how she played off of Chi McBride's Emerson Cod.
In his humble experience, the world had yet to produce a more vexingly verbose female. p.
Since taking office in March, Pakistan's new government has distanced itself from the Bush administration, most vexingly on counterterrorism, where it's started appeasing Qaeda-linked militants in Pakistan's tribal regions.
While the world of information is increasingly on demand, the world of the supply chain, from product creation to delivery to the consumer, remains vexingly full of latency.