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infuriate
used in Killing Kennedy

3 uses
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Definition
to make very angry or annoyed
  • This belief in the equality of blacks and whites, something that Emmett finds relatively common in integrated Chicago, infuriates Milam and Bryant.
    p. 96.4
  • The destruction of Camelot might have begun with the Bay of Pigs, when John F. Kennedy made a permanent enemy of Fidel Castro and infuriated his own Central Intelligence Agency.
    p. 242.5
  • Many in Dallas, and across America, are so infuriated by JFK's death that they would gladly exact revenge.
    p. 287.7

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