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  1. You exasperate me.
  2. This is going to exasperate me quite greatly.
  3. I can sense that this is something that will exasperate you.
  4. As things go, building a house of cards is something I always thought would exasperate me, but I actually found it quite relaxing.

These are just a few of the examples of the many uses of the word 'exasperate'. There are many more sentences, including questions, exclamations, and more statements, but I found these the easiest to use.

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