infuriated

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

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It was in a pause for breath that she raised her infuriated head and espied the intruder.

It would have infuriated him and glazed his eyes with a red film of hate.

The Baron went back to his flagship an infuriated, but by no means a wiser man.

"I'll cut your ears for you if you're not civil," stormed the infuriated Binet.

"I don't wonder you haven't anything to say," said the infuriated dame.

He seemed to live only by the force of infuriated and impotent despair.

Woodford looked at the infuriated men and seemed to reflect.

Seeing this Rodney was infuriated and forgot all 88 caution.

It was difficult for Duke to speak at all, he was so infuriated.

This infuriated the others, and the town was split into Guelph and Ghibelline.

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