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Adjective
/ˈfrəsˌtrātid/,
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Feeling or expressing distress and annoyance, esp. because of inability to change or achieve something,
  1. Feeling or expressing distress and annoyance, esp. because of inability to change or achieve something
    • - young people get frustrated with the system
  2. (of a person) Unable to follow or be successful in a particular career
    • - a frustrated actor
  3. Prevented from progressing, succeeding, or being fulfilled
    • - our parents may want us to fulfill their own frustrated dreams
  4. (of a person or sexual desire) Unfulfilled sexually
    • - jealousies and frustrated passions

  1. defeated: disappointingly unsuccessful; "disappointed expectations and thwarted ambitions"; "their foiled attempt to capture Calais"; "many frustrated poets end as pipe-smoking teachers"; "his best efforts were thwarted"
  2. (frustrating) discouraging by hindering
  3. (frustration) the feeling that accompanies an experience of being thwarted in attaining your goals
  4. (frustration) an act of hindering someone's plans or efforts
  5. (frustration) a feeling of annoyance at being hindered or criticized; "her constant complaints were the main source of his frustration"
  6. (frustrative) frustrating: preventing realization or attainment of a desire
  7. The Frustrated is the ninth album by Japanese Rock/Pop band GLAY. It was released on March 24, 2004, and peaked at #2 at Oricon charts, with 241,485 copies sold. It was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ).
  8. Frustration is a common emotional response to opposition. Related to anger and disappointment, it arises from the perceived resistance to the fulfillment of individual will. The greater the obstruction, and the greater the will, the more the frustration is likely to be. ...
  9. foiled, stopped, disappointed; suffering from frustration; dissatisfied, agitated, and/or discontent because one is unable to perform an action or fulfill a desire
  10. (frustratedly) In a frustrated manner
  11. Frustration is, when a swift Planet would corporally join with a more ponderous, but before they can come to a Conjunction, the more weighty Planet is joined to another, and so the Conjunction of the first is frustrated, as Mercury in ten degrees of Aries, Mars twelve, Jupiter in thirteen of ...
  12. (Frustration) If you are dreaming of frustration it represents some things in your life that you find hard to cope with, and the frustration is coming out in your dream. ...
  13. (Frustration) an unexpected and unintentional event that makes the fulfillment of the terms of a contract impossible
  14. (frustration) Dissatisfaction: a feeling of disappointment, exasperation, or weariness caused by goals being thwarted or desires unsatisfied.
  15. (FRUSTRATION) Impotence, Obstinacy.
  16. (FRUSTRATION) Charterers when cancelling agreement sometimes quote "doctrine of frustration" i.e. vessel is lost, extensive delays.
  17. (FRUSTRATION) The feeling of disappointment or defeat. The condition that results when an impulse or an action is thwarted by an external or an internal force.
  18. (Frustration (GT)) Providing situations in which clients experience being stuck in frustration and then frustrating their avoidances still further until they are willing to mobilize their own resources.
  19. (Frustration) A mild form of anger.
  20. (Frustration) A state caused by "delay in reinforcement" (Bandura & Walters, 1963, p. 116).
  21. (Frustration) A state of the organism which results when the satisfaction of the motivated behavior is rendered difficult or impossible.
  22. (Frustration) Brain injuries may result in your having problems with frustrating events in daily life. Sometimes you won't be able to control your reaction and may need to yell, become aggressive, or throw something.
  23. (Frustration) Emotionalbehavior resulting from obstructed access to reinforcers. Frustration can precipitate aggressive responses.
  24. (Frustration) In contract law, an inability to complete or fulfill a contract, whether intentional or unintentional; the intentional intereference with the rights of another under a contract or court order. ...
  25. (Frustration) In the law of contracts, the destruction of the value of the performance that has been bargained for by the promisor as a result of a supervening event.