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badger, exacerbate, needle, perturb, irritate, tease, inflame, harry, pester, enrage, aggravate, torment, annoy, bedevil, exasperate, hassle, chafe, disturb, bother, nag, fret, discompose, vex, antagonize, upset, rankle, bait, irk, harass, envenom, grate, trouble, peeve, arouse.
fuming, mad, furious, inflamed, make one hot under the collar, hopping, angered, incense, exasperate, sore, cense, madden, foaming, indignant, thurify, outrage, feelings, infuriated, steamed up, riled, incensed, irate, rankled, steaming, livid, horn-mad, teed off, ballistic, ticked, wroth, provoke, cheesed off, enraged, riley, anger, wrathful, ireful, choleric, worsen, drive someone mad, roiled, apoplectic, hot, shirty, frustrate, outraged, rabid.
The shock seemed to infuriate him. - "The Boy Scouts on a Submarine", Captain John Blaine.
It was funny and pathetic to see the infuriate Colonel clutching at his grand manner, bowing one instant to the lady, shooting death and damnation the next out of heavy eyes at Austin. - "The Magnetic North", Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond).
But England disdain'd to the Tyrant to bend; Still erect, undismay'd, she was found; Infuriate, he swore that " his bolt should descend," And her temples should fall to the ground. - "Poems", Sir John Carr.
infinite, inflate, infirmary, infirmity, infiltrate, informative, infertile, informant, inference, Subclass Infusoria.