[ noun ] the feeling that accompanies an experience of being thwarted in attaining your goals
Used in print(The New York Times,...)
And it also stayed the hands of thousands of brooding incompetents who were meditating the abandonment of a sport whose frustrations were driving them to despair .("Editorials"...)
A more dangerous formula for national frustration cannot be imagined .(Joyce O. Hertzler, American Social Institutions;...)
He has_to cope_with frustration and other emotional_disturbance and anomie .
His religious_beliefs provide him with plausible explanations for many conditions which cause him great concern , and his religious faith makes possible fortitude , equanimity , and consolation , enabling him to endure colossal misfortune , fear , frustration , uncertainty , suffering , evil , and danger .
[ noun ] an act of hindering someone's plans or efforts
Used in print(The Rev. John A. O'Brien, "Let's Take Birth Control...)
The Church considers this to be the method provided by nature and its divine Author : It involves no frustration of nature 's laws , but simply an intelligent and disciplined use of them .