Definition of Infuriation

1. Noun. A feeling of intense anger.

Exact synonyms: Enragement
Generic synonyms: Anger, Choler, Ire
Derivative terms: Enrage, Infuriate



Definition of Infuriation

1. Noun. anger, rage or fury ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Infuriation

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infuriation

infundibulopelvic
infundibulopelvic ligament
infundibulum
infundibulum ethmoidale
infundibulum hypothalami
infundibulum of lungs
infundibulum of teeth
infundibulum of uterine tube
infundibulum tubae uterinae
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infuriatingly
infuriation (current term)
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infusers
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infusibility

Literary usage of Infuriation

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1. An Annual Publication of Historical Papers by Duke University Trinity College Historical Society (1897)
"The infuriation of the South in the beginning brought about the conditions of out of ... If, as Mr. Clingman charged, Mr. Calhoun wrought that infuriation, ..."

2. The Journal of Physiology by Physiological Society (Great Britain). (1879)
"When indulged in to excess, it is said to induce a condition of infuriation. In persons not accustomed to its use ..."

3. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"Some of them wore bangles, the noise of which, in the hall, sounded like an infuriation of sleigh-bells. They were Christina and Sophie and Sadie and ..."

4. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1882)
"There wasn't much infuriation about him. The man had ridden all that out of the beast." "You are sure to laugh at me, Joshua, because I think what terrible ..."

5. A Wanderer in Paris by Edward Verrall Lucas (1909)
"... and mechanical explosions of this body of hirelings have an effect little short of infuriation. One is told that the actors are responsible rather than ..."

6. The Life of Samuel J. Tilden by John Bigelow, Samuel Jones Tilden (1895)
"... no doubt gain much from the infuriation of many of the merchants, and the aid of many who have not heretofore engaged actively in politics. ..."

7. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1887)
"... so Bougainville said ; for the governor's policy of buying some of the captives with brandy led to the infuriation which wreaked itself on the rest. ..."

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