infuriated


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That pandemonium had broken loose in the Hun trench was apparent to the Rhodesians not only from the appearance of the deserters, but from the sounds of screaming, cursing men which came clearly to their ears; but there was one that baffled them for it resembled nothing more closely than the infuriated growling of an angry lion.
Now, since, as every one knows, asparagus takes four years in coming to perfection, this civility infuriated Monsieur de Beaufort.
The second mate's gun had jammed, and so there were but two weapons opposed to the mutineers as they bore down upon the officers, who now started to give back before the infuriated rush of their men.
The infuriated pirates buffeted them in the mouth; and Hook roared out, "That seals your doom.
Jamshed got infuriated and he rushed to parents home of his wife and opened fire on Saeeda Mai who died on the spot.
Unilateral actions" by the United States in Iran and Syria have infuriated Turkey, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Kommersant newspaper in an interview.
Police said here Tuesday that Zeeshan (21) son of Parvaiz resident of Model Town got infuriated after quarreling with his family members over a domestic dispute.
Summary: Rohtak (Haryana) [India], September 8 (ANI): A jail inmate of self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh on Friday said that infuriated prisoner would kill the cult guru if he is left alone.
While the mother was involved in household chores and could not serve food to her son on time, the delay infuriated the teenager to such an extent that he hacked his mother to death, police said.
INFURIATED Everyone who reads their story will be infuriated - not just at them, but that the system designed to help the poor, vulnerable and sick can be so abused.
In 2012, he infuriated fans by 2012, he infuriated fans by changing the team's colours changing the team's colours from traditional blue to red.
The measure has infuriated business leaders and soccer clubs, which at one point threatened to go on strike.