Colonel Korn halted without warning when he was almost by and came whirling back down upon the chaplain with a glare of infuriated suspicion.
General Dreedle was infuriated by his intervention.
She would not allow him to walk beside her as she strolled the pavements soliciting other servicemen, and she was infuriated when she spied him trailing her from a distance.
’The trouble with you is that you just won’t do anything,’ Dobbs complained in a thick infuriated voice.
He hates them both, and this will infuriate him.
Each time she landed with the heel of her shoe, Orr giggled louder, infuriating her still further so that she flew up still higher into the air for another shot at his noodle, her wondrously full breasts soaring all over the place like billowing pennants in a strong wind and her buttocks and strong thighs shim-sham-shimmying this way and that way like some horrifying bonanza.
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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.