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infuriate
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Harry Potter (#6) and the Half-Blood Prince
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  • It was infuriating to discover the reason for all these terrible disasters and not to be able to tell the public, almost worse than it being the government’s fault after all.
  • Infuriated by his failure and by Ron and Hermione’s attitudes, Harry brooded for the next few days over what to do next about Slughorn.
  • Oh, will you get a grip!’ he added in exasperation, as Ron winced at the sound of Infuriated by his failure and by Ron and Hermione’s attitudes, Harry brooded for the next few days over what to do next about Slughorn.
  • This was infuriating; he was already cutting it fine to get to the match on time and yet there was Malfoy, skulking off while the rest of the school was absent: Harry’s best chance yet of discovering what Malfoy was up to.

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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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