infuriating

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And then visions of their happiness passed before his eyes, infuriating him.

It was infuriating, but there just was nothing that could be done about it.

She knew she had lied, but to be told so by this man was infuriating.

And his words to the host and hostess began with the infuriating, formal: "I regret—"

In certain moods the merest contact is as infuriating as a blow.

But all happened with infinite and infuriating deliberation.

It was infuriating to see Pierre's features in that brown-skinned face.

Infuriating to think of the love and education his father had lavished on him, all wasted now.

It had an infuriating way of vanishing into the holster just as he was about to pull the trigger.

If it were not infuriating it would be laughable—for who is this man, who?

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