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- adj. Extremely annoying, frustrating or irritating
- v. Present participle of infuriate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. extremely annoying or displeasing; causing intense anger.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. extremely annoying or displeasing
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What 's particularly infuriating is the fact that Ukraine sits on potential gas reserves that would rival those in many Gulf States.
What's most infuriating is that Lucy (the editor) claims she wanted to show Kelly's best self.
Perhaps most infuriating is that the most compelling elements carried over from the first film are completely wasted.
Even more infuriating is this statement in the MSNBot FAQ:
Or I wanted the children to be more like adults—less passionate and infuriating, in other words.
What’s infuriating is that Rush’s talking points (i.e., otu-and-out lies) are noew being carried for him by the MSM. chris Matthews has featured Limbaugh criticisms of Obama in his show both night this week.
And what’s doubly infuriating is that our Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee gets right on board and agrees with the disrespect that President Obama lobbed at D.C. public schools.
"The thing about Christian Fundamentalists and biblical literalists that’s so infuriating is that" ...... is that they're actually complete nihilists and not actually any sort of Christians at all (indeed, they don't have any religion whatsoever).
The thing about Christian Fundamentalists and biblical literalists that’s so infuriating is that few of them seem to have read the Bible at all.
I know that this is par for the course in the Malazan world, but really now it’s just become annoying I was tempted to use the word infuriating, but backed off.