Definition of 'infuriate'
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That would be the only graceful way to bow out of Clayton's, the only way not to infuriate Andrew McClintock. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)It would infuriate his father more than almost anything else. DESPERADOES (2002)He may have thought that going to the police would only infuriate Charlie Benson further. WHISTLER IN THE DARK (2002)
Trends of 'infuriate'
Used Rarely. infuriate is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'infuriate'
British English: infuriate VERB
If something or someone infuriates you, they make you extremely angry.
His manner infuriated him.
Definition of infuriate from the Collins English Dictionary
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