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Similar words: infuriateexcruciatingin full swingvariationratingcreatingoperatingrotatingMeaning: [ɪn'fjʊrɪeɪt /-'fjʊər-]  adj. extremely annoying or displeasing. 
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(1) It is infuriating to talk to someone who just looks out of the window.
(2) The infuriating thing is that he is always right.
(3) It's infuriating when people keep spelling your name wrong, isn't it?
(4) It was all so frustrating, infuriating.
(5) She is an infuriating woman.
(6) He had been watching Cardiff, and now that infuriating secret smile registered again.
(7) It must, he recognized, have been infuriating and inconvenient to work in.
(8) To gain respect in this infuriating but somehow compelling man's eyes?
(9) It was an infuriating trait, and it made her blood boil every time he came near.
(10) It was the uncertainty that was so infuriating, not knowing where she was.
(11) Probably everyone knows how infuriating it is to be robbed by another person.
(12) The Thing could be deliberately infuriating at times, but it didn't pay to ignore its advice.
(13) Somewhere in the distance he could hear the infuriating whistle.
(14) After the umpteenth rubber-stamp this infuriating rite of passage, as it were, terminates: exit.
(15) Now isn't that ridiculous and infuriating? "
(16) Pork set up an outcry which she found infuriating.
(17) Steve accelerated with infuriating slowness.
(18) I was in the middle of typing when Robert rang. It was infuriating!
(19) It's the woolly thinking behind the book that I find so infuriating.
(20) And over the past few days it had developed an infuriating habit of wandering unerringly back to the subject of Adam Burns.
(21) During the war he worked in psychological warfare, and doubtless learnt many of his more infuriating tricks of debating and persuasion.
(22) Sometimes she seemed such a gullible innocent, sometimes she was an infuriating harridan, sometimes a malevolent witch.
(23) But this week your hopes could be raised then dashed by a series of puzzling, even infuriating, developments.
(24) I could see her debate, trying to decide which was worse: infuriating Rosie or getting caught spying on Lila Sams.
(25) Jill's attitude towards the people who work under her is infuriating.
(26) Lind has written a polemic, provocative and engaging and infuriating to read, and useful when it blows up old myths.
(27) Faced with awkward specimens, particularly when using stereo microscopes, the most infuriating problem can be illumination.
(28) It was not that noticeable in demos, but was an infuriating reality to those who used it.
(29) The stranger was swinging his umbrella and whistling that infuriating tune.
(30) I can't believe she's been reading our mail. How infuriating!
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