Need another word that means the same as “infuriating”? Find 3 synonyms and 30 related words for “infuriating” in this overview.
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The synonyms of “Infuriating” are: exasperating, maddening, vexing
Infuriating as an Adjective
Definitions of "Infuriating" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “infuriating” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Extremely annoying or displeasing.
- Making one extremely angry and impatient.
Synonyms of "Infuriating" as an adjective (3 Words)
|exasperating||Extremely annoying or displeasing.|
His cavelier curtness of manner was exasperating.
She put the coins back with maddening slowness.
|vexing||Causing annoyance, frustration, or worry.|
The most vexing questions for policymakers.
Usage Examples of "Infuriating" as an adjective
- Her infuriating indifference.
- That infuriating half-smile on his face.
Associations of "Infuriating" (30 Words)
|aggravate||Make (a problem, injury, or offence) worse or more serious.|
This drug aggravates the pain.
|ambrosial||Worthy of the gods.|
|anger||Fill someone with anger provoke anger in.|
He angers easily.
|aroma||A distinctive, typically pleasant smell.|
The tantalizing aroma of fresh coffee.
|aromatic||An aromatic compound.|
An aromatic organic compound.
|burn||Damage by burning with heat fire or radiation.|
I burned myself on the stove.
|crazy||Possessed by inordinate excitement.|
Crazy about cars and racing.
|enrage||Make (someone) very angry.|
The students were enraged at these new rules.
|exacerbate||Make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse.|
The strong pound has exacerbated the situation by making it much harder for UK companies to compete on price.
|exasperate||Exasperate or irritate.|
This futile process exasperates prison officers.
He was in a fearful hurry.
|fragrance||A perfume or aftershave.|
The fragrance of fresh ground coffee.
|frankincense||An aromatic gum resin obtained from various Arabian or East African trees; formerly valued for worship and for embalming and fumigation.|
|fury||A feeling of intense anger.|
Rachel shouted beside herself with fury.
|incense||The smoke or perfume of incense.|
The sharp lingering sweetness of incense.
|inconvenient||Not conveniently timed.|
She telephoned frequently usually at inconvenient times.
|inflame||Become inflamed get sore.|
His throat inflamed.
The peanut butter chocolate is insane.
|ire||A strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance.|
The plans provoked the ire of conservationists.
|irritation||The stimulation of an organism, cell, or organ to produce an active response.|
Any food produced irritation of the stomach.
|mad||Affected with madness or insanity.|
Mad at his friend.
|madden||Drive (someone or something) insane.|
His behavior is maddening.
|musk||A strong smelling reddish brown substance which is secreted by the male musk deer for scent marking and is an important ingredient in perfumery.|
|nosegay||An arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present.|
A nosegay worn at the waist or bodice.
|perfume||Apply perfume to.|
Musk based perfumes.
|rage||An interest followed with exaggerated zeal.|
She couldn t hide the fear that raged within her.
|sadden||Come to feel sad.|
I was saddened to see their lack of commitment.
|sandalwood||A perfume or incense derived from the sandalwood.|
|scent||Impart a pleasant scent to.|
She sprayed scent over her body.
|worsen||Make or become worse.|
Her condition worsened on the flight.