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Synonyms for infuriate

to cause to feel or show anger

Synonyms for infuriate

make furious

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He could be infuriatingly inconsistent but at the age of 20, surely he had potential and was worth persevering with.
He writes infuriatingly without footnotes and can be rather vague when it comes to dates.
Hence Brown admits that the letters are "infuriatingly lacking in detailed information regarding people and happenings at the mission" (p.
Above all else, the evidence is infuriatingly scant and almost always incomplete.
Infuriatingly, amid the gentle laughs, there are flashes of brilliance: one animal's breathless rant about the greed and wastefulness of modern society and a slow motion sequence involving a squirrel and a high energy drink.
Infuriatingly, he'll be cheering on England each week in the Sunday Mail.
James Smethurst's "Something Warmly, Infuriatingly Feminine" contrasts the neomodernism of Invisible Man against stereotypical mass cultural images of women, black and white.
Their infuriatingly fussy director, Theseus (Oberon in Act 2), has chosen that moment to announce that it is time for his own love, the prima ballerina Hippolyta (Titania), to leave the stage, thus laying the seeds for the "Dream" sequence's dispute.
For bonus points, Underdog includes the Canadian use of the term "harsh," which, in Canada, means at times both good and bad, which is infuriatingly confusing for folks south of their border.
At the beginning of this story, Tottie seems infuriatingly petty and critical--even her friends don't understand why she is so nasty to Zach.
The left, on the other hand, can be infuriatingly strident and self-righteous, and too often adopts a never-compromise stance even when compromise makes sense, as former Medicare director Nancy-Ann DeParle points out is the case with getting prescription drugs included under Medicare--it is certainly arguable that it is better to get a law on the books that can be improved later than to get nothing at all.
I remember all too well the infuriatingly bad design, short-sighted engineering and--last, but certainly not least--the effectively meaningless signage that virtually guaranteed long sessions with a map at roadside rest areas or in restaurant parking lots.
When he tries to dissect his experience, delimiting which was worse, the impact of the long-term psychological grooming he experienced, the physical abuse at the hands of his pastor and the devastation it caused his spiritual life, or the infuriatingly tepid response of the institutional church, Serrano throws up his hands.
Now, the PR wants me to write more articles for them, and I feel very warm and gratified." In more than one sense, this brings us to the mature Clement Greenberg: supercilious, snotty, infuriating, and infuriatingly right about almost everything.
Nevertheless, many of his letters have survived: they are invariably lively, funny and 'skurril'; sycophantic and aggressive; ingratiating and infuriatingly egotistical - but above all informative.