infuriation

infuriate

[v. in-fyoor-ee-eyt; adj. in-fyoor-ee-it]
verb (used with object), infuriated, infuriating.
1.
to make furious; enrage.
adjective
2.
Archaic. infuriated.

Origin:
1660–70; < Medieval Latin infuriātus past participle of infuriāre to madden, enrage. See in-2, fury, -ate1

infuriately, adverb
infuriation, noun
uninfuriated, adjective


1. anger. See enrage.
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infuriate
 
vb
1.  (tr) to anger; annoy
 
adj
2.  archaic furious; infuriated
 
[C17: from Medieval Latin infuriāre (vb); see in-², fury]
 
in'furiately
 
adv
 
in'furiating
 
adj
 
in'furiatingly
 
adv
 
infuri'ation
 
n

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infuriate
1667, from It. infuriato, from M.L. infuriatus, pp. of infuriare "to madden," from L. in furia "in a fury," from abl. of furia (see fury).
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