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

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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.
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.
“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.
This is a somewhat infuriating read, but well worth your time.
Media coverage of women in business has seen infuriating missteps.
I will not sit in infuriating, slow-moving traffic or yell out the car window, “Pick a lane, moron!”
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.
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Prices rose and rose—with an infuriating effect upon the wage-earner.

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