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1. I was infuriated by / with their constant criticism.
2. Her actions infuriated her mother.
3. Jimmy's presence had infuriated Hugh.
4. It infuriated him that Beth was with another man.
5. I was absolutely infuriated with him.
6. Her silence infuriated him even more.
7. The gesture infuriated him and he let out a stream of invective.
8. She was infuriated by his presumption in making the travel arrangements without first consulting her.
9. She was infuriated by his presumption in not consulting her first.
10. The Prince was infuriated by the reports.
11. Her racist attitudes infuriated her co-workers.
12. She intrigued him and enticed him and infuriated him.
13. He became infuriated at his humiliation.
14. Their laughter so infuriated me that I began to have thoughts of revenge.
15. Kramer's stubborn refusal to answer any questions infuriated the officers.
16. Henry was so infuriated by the childlike look of loss on his face he had half a mind to give him some.
17. Infuriated, he looked at me with a hard, steady stare.
18. Had Craig banned the march, he would have infuriated the civil rights people.
19. This had so infuriated Moustaine that he had decided to punish them, which meant the rest of us as well.
20. That infuriated the Roma stars and set the scene for a crazy last 10 minutes which culminated in Tommasi's early exit.
21. The hostile bid has infuriated board members of the Dowty group, who claim that their company is being underpriced.
22. The drawing was of an infuriated male elephant about the charge a little mahout or elephant driver.
23. Infuriated, he seized the goblet, leapt on his horse and galloped away.
24. She might be infuriated by the sewing-circle boredom; but she would hear no ridicule.
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25. This must have infuriated my father and undermined his authority.
26. I could tell that my refusal to allow him to ruffle me infuriated him.
27. Kirgizstan's decision last month to pull out of the rouble zone has infuriated the other four.
28. Motoring groups were pleased, but the cuts failed to appease hardline fuel campaigners, and infuriated the green lobby.
29. He just wanted to get the building built, and was infuriated by things or people that stood in the way.
30. Lady followed her example rather than suffer at the hands of her infuriated master.
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