infuriation


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in·fu·ri·ate

 (ĭn-fyo͝or′ē-āt′)
tr.v. in·fu·ri·at·ed, in·fu·ri·at·ing, in·fu·ri·ates
To make furious; enrage.
adj. (ĭn-fyo͝or′ē-ĭt) Archaic
Furious.

[Medieval Latin īnfuriāre, īnfuriāt- : Latin in-, intensive pref.; see in-2 + Latin furiāre, to enrage (from furia, fury; see fury).]

in·fu′ri·at′ing·ly adv.
in·fu′ri·a′tion n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.infuriation - a feeling of intense anger
anger, ire, choler - a strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance
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Meanwhile, the daily political infuriation is the hot, steamed rice, two cups' worth.
The suspect identified as Nadeem Gopang was engaged in a domestic row with his wife when in infuriation he opened fire at her.
Amid all this, Deuba's infuriation could have been exacerbated by the realization that his routes to relevance are dwindling.
The death of Mostafa has resulted outrage and infuriation in Egypt.
Last day Faizan and Farhan sons of Shakir engaged in a row over a trivial matter and in infuriation Faizan opened fire upon his younger brother Farhan.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's former left-handed opening test batsman Imran Farhat expressed his infuriation over the dismal state of the dressing room and ground provided to the cricketers playing the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam trophy tournament.
By casting himself as a committed Brexiteer, he caused infuriation within his own party but he was on a mission to (very loudly) champion the wish of 52.5% of the Welsh electorate who wanted to leave the European Union.
By casting himself as a committed Brexiteer he caused infuriation within his own party but he was on a mission to (very loudly) champion the wish of 52.5% of the Welsh electorate who wanted to leave the European Union.
The pretext of Etienne's infuriation with his youngest child was the color of the new underdress she wore to Church--blue.
The AU's mission in Washington expressed its "infuriation, disappointment and outrage" at the comment and demanded a retraction as well as an apology.
It's always seen as provocative to use the term Sunday League as an adjective, but seeing crosses wildly overhit, passes telegraphed, timid tackles and other moments of infuriation, it's hard not to imagine that parks players would receive tuts and headshakes from bystanders.