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infuriate
used in The Sunlight Dialogues

9 uses
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Definition
to make very angry or annoyed
  • It was then that he began his infuriating prattle.
    2 — When the Exorcist Shall Go to the House of the Patient... (6% in)
  • He wasn't whispering or making any show of speaking quietly, but the infuriating voice was almost more faint than the rain.
    2 — When the Exorcist Shall Go to the House of the Patient... (28% in)
  • Nobody wants his child run over; nevertheless, nothing is more infuriating for a man with serious business in the world than hearing behind him, as he hurries his car through congested traffic toward his office (late through no fault of his own) the yawl, like the yawl of a big angry cat, of a siren.
    5 — Hunting Wild Asses (3% in)
  • And this, even more infuriating: when he'd first come up onto the tracks, miles ago now—he'd parked on the Creek Road and climbed up where the Little Tonawanda went under the railroad bridge—he'd watched a freight train pass.
    11 — The Dialogue of Houses (52% in)
  • That was what made the whole thing so infuriating.
    15 — The Dialogue of the Dead (74% in)
  • " Again, infuriatingly, he was laughing, "—all those children," he said.
    17 — Benson versus Boyle (53% in)
  • It infuriated him that he couldn't snap out the answer at them.
    18 — The Dragon's Dwelling-Place and the Court for Owls (65% in)
  • ...Luke's scorn was real, and hurt her, and the callouses he'd carefully grown to wall off his nerves from other people's pain were torn away to the roots by her words; the image he thought he had sealed off—an image now familiar and tiresome, infuriating as a tubercular's cough, yet no less dreadful for his having endured it a thousand times, awake and asleep—the image of fire, leapt up again in his mind or, as it seemed, in the corners of the room: turning quickly, with a sudden bow...
    21 — The Dialogue of Towers (6% in)
  • All Figlow knew was this: he was sitting alone, no longer pretending to do paperwork, giving all his attention to the infuriatingly slow reports that came by fits and starts from the snapping, humming radio, and wondering where the devil they were with that Indian.
    23 — E silentio (84% in)

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