infuriate


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enrage

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to cause to feel or show anger

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make furious

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He said: "Social media companies say their products shouldn't be used by under-13s and it infuriates me they make it very easy for under-13s to use them."
She added the fact Newcastle made a profit on players in the transfer window despite the need for investment 'infuriates many fans' and in 'that respect [the] petition has been a failure'.
The Government and train operators have declared war on the rail unions and they don't give a damn if passengers are collateral damage" Rail, Maritime and Transport union general secretary Mick Cash calling for the renationalisation of the railways "It rightly infuriates taxpayers when money that is intended for the world's poorest people is stolen or wasted on inappropriate projects.
We wish all the future bakers every success" Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc on quitting as hostesses on the Great British Bake Off as it moves to Channel 4 "It rightly infuriates taxpayers when money that is intended for the world's poorest people is stolen or wasted on inappropriate projects.
Rosie buys a pregnancy test and the Timmins' house goes up for auction, but Steve infuriates Miranda by paying well over their budget.
But it isn't until Luther wins the science fair, with a project on the dangers of lead paint that attracts media attention and dangerously infuriates the Sarge (she uses it on her properties, to save money), and realizes that the Sarge hasn't been putting away money for him for college for him after all, that he decides to break away.
It is your American air of superiority, that "our way is obviously the best way" attitude which builds walls, that I must cut through every time I speak with a Latino, which infuriates me.
It infuriates me that such things are done under the guise of "increasing awareness of the Constitution." I only disagree with your article in one respect: I would change the name from "Unconstitutional Day" to "Propaganda Day."
"What infuriates me is that this is about meting out blame," Marc Blondel, head of the Worker's Force union, claimed on France-Inter radio, as quoted by the Associated Press.
Reminiscent of the excruciating comedy routines of Andy Kaufman, this scene both tantalizes and infuriates; the anticipation of action and the frustration of waiting so long and not being rewarded are part of this films sublime subtlety.
Lucas and Lisa sleep together, which infuriates Denni.
She jumps into the surprised arms of a new guy, which infuriates Critter.
The Trump World Tower on the East Side of Manhattan infuriates those who claim it is illegal and out of place in the neighborhood.