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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "But when I have no more money left to pay you?" asked the infuriated Danglars.
  • …at so fearful a rate, that there seemed no other prospect for myself and my poor Edward but that of being dashed to pieces against the first object that impeded their progress, when a strange-looking man,—an Arab, a negro, or a Nubian, at least a black of some nation or other—at a signal from the count, whose domestic he is, suddenly seized and stopped the infuriated animals, even at the risk of being trampled to death himself; and certainly he must have had a most wonderful escape.

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  • She was infuriated by his rude behavior.
  • it infuriated me to think that not too long ago I, like this boy, had foolishly played the clown.
    Daniel Keyes  --  Flowers for Algernon

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