Entry from British & World English dictionary
A feeling of extreme anger and impatience: reactions ran the gamut from apathy to infuriation
More example sentences
- There are possibly a dozen paintings in the entire book that might hang on a wall without bringing prompt infuriation.
- Also in 1993 he published Grammar and Style, a book prompted by his infuriation with declining standards of literacy.
- David gives the performance a slow burn, as George's infuriation with things he cannot control reaches its ultimate breaking point.
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