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  1. Frustration definition, act of frustrating; state of being frustrated: the frustration of the president's efforts. See more.
  2. frustration definition: The definition of frustration is the state of being annoyed or a source of annoyance. (noun) An example of a frustration is a science fair project that keeps falling apart.
  3. Aug 03,  · As the virus spreads through baseball, so does frustration. Series have been postponed, teams have been quarantined and road trips have been rerouted in .
  4. The frustration and the exposure of that plot has increased our reputation an hundredfold. He went on from day to day in a blackness of rage and shame and frustration. The Smith County boys, along with the other militiamen, were in a fury of frustration. He wanted to throw himself down from his horse and weep with frustration.
  5. frus·tra·tion (frŭ-strā′shən) n. 1. a. The act of preventing the accomplishment or fulfillment of something: the defense's frustration of their opponent's attempts to score. b. The feeling or state of being frustrated: I couldn't get a real person to talk to and slammed down the phone in frustration. 2. Something that causes such a feeling or.
  6. Feb 19,  · It's an uncomfortable paradox that we often get the most frustrated with the people closest to us. My theory about this is that we all have a certain level of tolerance for frustration that.
  7. Jul 01,  · frustration (countable and uncountable, plural frustrations) The feeling of annoyance when one's actions are criticized or hindered The act of frustrating, or .
  8. Feb 19,  · It's an uncomfortable paradox that we often get the most frustrated with the people closest to us. My theory about this is that we all have a certain level of tolerance for frustration that.

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