infuriating


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Synonyms for infuriating

Synonyms for infuriating

extremely annoying or displeasing

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What was most infuriating, however, was that the breaks were full to bursting with ads for online gambling, debt consolidation and payday loans.
Ari Fleischer--Arrogant Condescending Infuriating Snippy Spokes Man
Government officials in Greece have ruled that state-issued identity cards will no longer list citizens' religious affiliation, infuriating leaders of the Orthodox Church who believe the move may be the first step toward separation of church and state.
Perhaps most infuriating is the insistence of SRA therapists and their devotees that doubters are "in denial" over the issue.
FINALLY, THE INFURIATING GARBLED BABBLE OF AIRPORT-TRAIN ANNOUNCEMENTS
Infuriating habits, such as answering mobile phones during meetings and making endless spelling mistakes, were becoming major causes of irritation.
How can presidents and prime ministers deal with the Bush administration on crucial issues like debt, drugs and trade without infuriating local supporters?
Got a case of the infuriating telephone transfer hand-offs?
Not content with infuriating commuters with the mismanagement of train services, Network Rail has now turned to butchering the nation's back gardens.
I don't agree with Paula Adamick infuriating some Muslims by using a woman who speaks some truth but ultimately is ranting.
Urbina proves that passive/aggressive behavior, usually so infuriating, is often the only sensible response to difficult situations that call for tact or restraint.
Infuriating as this specimen of typical Mexican government corruption may be, we should ask ourselves: "How big a difference is there between Mexico's extravagantly corrupt federal government and our own?
That means that Sunday night in my house can normally be an infuriating experience, until my brainy wife came up be an infuriating experience, until my brainy wife came up with the perfect solution - digitally record it, and just fast forward whenever his wrinkly, aged mouth is flapping his Thatcherspeak.
This attack is particularly outrageous, because it's just so wrong it's infuriating,'' Wilke said.
Hopefully it won't be too long before I'm back because I remember how infuriating it was to be out of action last winter.