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infuriating

adjective as in maddening

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As infuriating as that might be, they’re able to do so because of the United States’s uneven vaccine campaign.

From Vox

Less than a week after work began, the government of Panama suddenly switched diplomatic recognition from Taipei to Beijing, blindsiding–and infuriating–its Washington allies.

From Time

“I can’t tell you how infuriating it is as a parent to see Lululemon open and bars and gyms open and school still closed,” Romo said.

The mug for a bris, a shiva, a long line at Zabar's, a protracted and infuriating call with your insurance provider.

From Time

This is a somewhat infuriating read, but well worth your time.

Their reward: what is possibly the most infuriating series finale of the new millennium.

Those crazy nominations were always infuriating, but also a little fun.

She is a marvelously complicated, funny, infuriating, and in some ways deeply admirable character.

No matter how infuriating this is, it is neither a unique case nor a new phenomenon.

Watching this incompetence is infuriating, and the view security cameras show from inside the mall is horrific.

It is, you may be interested to hear, a dreary and infuriating business.

He stopped short, drawing himself up and preening in the way that was half infuriating and half pathetic.

Prices rose and rose—with an infuriating effect upon the wage-earner.

The shop steward was a goad, annoying, perhaps even infuriating, but tolerable.

The Japanese are perfectly infuriating to one with a definite object and precious time.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to infuriating, such as: aggravating, annoying, exasperating, frustrating, troubling, and provoking.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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