- adv. In an infuriating manner.
“He can be so infuriatingly tiring when he gets going.”
“And then, on a lark, I was perusing the blog Starlingford Chronicles, and found this recent post asking the same question that my infuriatingly persistent subconscious was asking.”
“Inaction by the Senate is infuriatingly difficult to fathom, given how vulnerable the people of Shaktoolik and other Alaskan villages are, and the amount of information our leaders have on climate change and conditions in the Arctic.”
“Soloists struggle with the ferociously hard writing for their instruments which – infuriatingly – never actually sounds particularly difficult.”
“The almost infuriatingly dry captions have been supplemented with recordings available on hand-held listening devices, which give a little bit more insight.”
“Most infuriatingly, the primitive text editor for writing "ideas" has a 42-ish word limit BUT DOESN'T STOP YOU FROM TYPING.”
“But then they turn around and criticize the Kossacks, the Deans, the Open Left and FDL crowds, and most infuriatingly of all the progressive base for being too vocal (or too strident, too ideological …)”
“If it seems to be infuriatingly London-centric, then the excuse is this: if you're going to organise a demonstration, you're going to make much more of an impact if you do it in the capital city than if you do it anywhere else in the country – although this may no longer be so true: Williams was writing about last Saturday's proposed march in Leicester by the distinctly unpleasant English Defence League.”
“October 1955: Mouseketeers become an instant phenomenon, a huge hit with kids across the country, making overnight stars of the two dozen singing and dancing children at its center and an enduring classic of its infuriatingly catchy theme song.”
“I was steamed at the disparity between the daily barrage of media messages and government food guidelines to eat healthfully and how we make it so infuriatingly difficult to do so.”
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