Simple past tense and past participle of infuriate.(verb)
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Use "infuriated" in a sentence
"As much as Irwin infuriated me as a wildlife educator and show presenter myself, I always had to admit his merits."
"It was not the voices of human beings, but more like the cries of wild animals, the screaming of enraged hyenas, the snarling of tigers, the angry, inarticulate cries of thousands of wild beasts in infuriated pursuit of their prey, yet with a something in it more sinister and blood curdling, for they were men, and added a human ferocity."
"The child's unconscious pun upon her name infuriated her."