infuriating


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Synonyms for infuriating

Synonyms for infuriating

extremely annoying or displeasing

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And infuriating because Bryan blamed the banks for his debt of PS42,000 which he has no intention of paying back.
For me these calls are irritating and infuriating (and messy).
Most Americans agree that freedom of expression is important, even if we find some of those expressions infuriating. It's not unusual for movies to popularize repugnant stereotypes.
There are inexplicable and infuriating passages, for instance, in which he lapses into absolutely irrelevant psychoanalysis of his famous ancestor Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery.
I don't agree with Paula Adamick infuriating some Muslims by using a woman who speaks some truth but ultimately is ranting.
The first response is infuriating, the second of no research value, and only the third somewhat helpful--but that's the rarest of the three.
Not content with infuriating commuters with the mismanagement of train services, Network Rail has now turned to butchering the nation's back gardens.
How can presidents and prime ministers deal with the Bush administration on crucial issues like debt, drugs and trade without infuriating local supporters?
Infuriating habits, such as answering mobile phones during meetings and making endless spelling mistakes, were becoming major causes of irritation.
Bush's judicial selections, infuriating Senate Democrats by packing three controversial nominees into a single day's hearing.
"It was infuriating to have worked all this time on the ad and to expect to see it run and to know that all those pro-war people were getting on TV, and we're not."
Coulter, after all, is plainly one of the mast intentionally infuriating commentators at work today.
Immediately distinguishable from the all the characters in the film by an infuriating extroversion, Debbie instantly decides that she is going to be friends with this woman, introducing the one positive character in the film in the form of the dreaded overly friendly stranger.
When in 1530 Alfonso finally sent an agent to Florence to receive Michelangelo's Leda and the Swan, the emissary disparaged the painting as "una poca cosa," thus infuriating Michelangelo, who ordered the provincial dim-wit out of his house.
The infuriating changeable weather conditions did not stop Lee Richards (Fosters Gold) landing a remarkable 84-14-0 winning bag in the exciting finish to the Moorlands Farm Winter League but his effort could not stop Fosters Elite squad taking the team title.