infuriate

[ verb in-fyoor-ee-eyt; adjective in-fyoor-ee-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF infuriate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFURIATE

The firebrand only seemed to infuriate the animal and he charged.

At this the grief and choler of Alcides blazed forth dark and infuriate.

In this manner he sought to infuriate Frank and lead him to some act of rashness.

There were times when her sympathy appeared to her almost to infuriate him.

The sight of their progeny seems to infuriate them in a curious manner.

Continuous and unwonted defeat might infuriate some men to a great effort.

It might infuriate a huge beast, and so endanger all of their lives.

That smile was enough to infuriate the bruiser beyond description.

Did he talk slowly, naturally, or was he trying to infuriate Abie?

I could have done nothing better calculated to infuriate him.

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