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livid

adjective angry, disgusted, enraged, frantic, frenzied, fuming, furious, hostile, inflamed, infuriated, ireful, offended, offensive, outraged, raging, storming, tumultuous, turbulent
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But the priority is criminal investigations and people will be livid to know the Central Bank does not think it is warranted to make a fresh complaint to the gardai.
Sarah initially laughed it off - but was livid when they kept getting cosy after Marc told campmate Christopher Biggins it would upset her.
City Council members are livid about these dirty tricks -- at least now that the target is their very own ``living-wage'' ordinance for hotel workers near Los Angeles International Airport.
Reading condemned Coca-Cola Championship strugglers Brighton to a fourth successive defeat last night, leaving livid Seagulls boss Mark McGhee to bemoan the performance of referee Kevin Friend and his fellow officials.
Ferguson is livid that both Heinze and Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo are heading for Athens.
It also found that when it comes to motoring, Pisceans are patient,Taureans are tolerant and those born under Leo get livid.
But friends of the star say he's livid over rumours that he may not get all his cash.
Philip IV of France has taken back Gascony and Edward I is livid.
100 Years, 2000, is Shonibare's most recent rendition of this tactic: one hundred panels vibrant with color and organized on a ground the livid hue of freshly spilled blood.
Forget cakes, candles and pass the parcel, Debbie's livid and wants to know who's responsible.
McCarthy admitted he was livid that his side had thrown their lead away and the chance to go seven points clear at the top of the Championship.
I AM livid after reading your article about free Setanta TV for inmates at the Kimarnock Prison.