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infuriate

[ verb in-fyoor-ee-eyt; adjective in-fyoor-ee-it ]
/ verb 瑟n藞fy蕣蓹r i藢e瑟t; adjective 瑟n藞fy蕣蓹r i 瑟t /
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verb (used with object), in路fu路ri路at路ed, in路fu路ri路at路ing.
to make furious; enrage.
adjective
Archaic. infuriated.
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Origin of infuriate

First recorded in 1660鈥70; from Medieval Latin infuri膩tus, past participle of infuri膩re 鈥渢o madden, enrage.鈥 See in-2, fury, -ate1

synonym study for infuriate

1. See enrage.

OTHER WORDS FROM infuriate

in路fu路ri路ate路ly, adverbin路fu路ri路a路tion, nounun路in路fu路ri路at路ed, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for infuriate

infuriate

verb (瑟n藞fj蕣蓹r瑟藢e瑟t)
(tr) to anger; annoy
adjective (瑟n藞fj蕣蓹r瑟瑟t)
archaic furious; infuriated

Derived forms of infuriate

infuriately, adverbinfuriating, adjectiveinfuriatingly, adverbinfuriation, noun

Word Origin for infuriate

C17: from Medieval Latin infuri膩re (vb); see in- 虏, fury
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