Definition von 'frustratingly'
Beispielsätze, die 'frustratingly' enthalten
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He is frustratingly vague about the details.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He turned up to speak to journalists in person and reports of subsequent sightings of him were frustratingly vague and contradictory.Times, Sunday Times (2011) Times, Sunday Times (2010) Times, Sunday Times (2008) Times, Sunday Times (2013) Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It is just a pity that its transparent and often ill-fitting commercial ambitions make for a frustratingly inconsistent read.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Some will provide the gold at the end of the rainbow, for others the rainbow will remain frustratingly elusive.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But neither has been anything other than frustratingly vague about what it would take to make them happy in Manchester.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But the case for the Libertines as a group whose potential has always remained frustratingly unfulfilled is surely not in doubt.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The fund management industry has been transparent about performance for some time, but on costs it has been frustratingly opaque.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
His perspective remains frustratingly limited.The Times Literary Supplement (2012) Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Yet for a story about longing for home, it can be frustratingly vague about where we are and what is going on.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It's one of those horrifying things in the world that can remain frustratingly impossible in many cases to prove beyond a reasonable doubt.Times, Sunday Times (2014) Times, Sunday Times (2016) Christianity Today (2000) The Sun (2010) Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He did not meet his rendezvous at Epsom and his career since has been admirably consistent, but frustratingly just short of the highest class.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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