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use "frustrate" in a sentence

You may experience minor setbacks this week which will emotionally frustrate you.

Similarly, De Gea's dazzling reflexes to frustrate the Saints captain kept United in the lead.

The President is trying to frustrate attempts by the Opposition to tie him to the scandal.

Stevie Wonder sang, "A frowning face can't bring out the beauty that you are." frustrate

He finds himself left alone to frustrate Otto von Meerbach's design.

5. To mean frustrate, complicate or ruin completely, as in 'You've buggered that up'.

Poor pricing and unreliable cash flow to farmers continue to frustrate the agricultural sector.

The B7 mounted an aggressive defence, chasing down all contacts in order to frustrate any attacks.

The German division went on to frustrate the Allied attempt to advance on Rome during the Battle of Cassino in 1944.

There was a huge amount of local politics,"" he stated, Those are the kind of things that confuse and frustrate the process."

England were able to frustrate Australia with 20 overs' worth of spin that yielded five wickets for 73 runs.

I think November is going to frustrate people, said Julian Emanuel, equity and derivatives strategist at UBS.

They frustrate us, devastate us, sometimes completely shake up our world.

No 32GB entry level model will frustrate some, making the 64GB midrange model clearly the sweet spot.

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