Definition of infuriation in English:


Line breaks: in|furi|ation
Pronunciation: /ɪnˌfjʊərɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n


[mass noun]
A feeling of extreme anger and impatience: reactions ran the gamut from apathy to infuriation
More example sentences
  • One's delight at discovering that a personally loved film received well-reasoned praise from one critic turns to infuriation when it is dismissed or minimized by another.
  • This event was a source of embarrassment and infuriation on one level and complete perplexity on another.
  • Infuriation is creeping up my spine at Daniel's stab at martyrdom.

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