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  • adv. In an enraging way.

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Examples

  • Thus the protagonist loathes his once adored older brother simply because the schmuck is so enragingly healthy.

    The Way We Ail Now

  • She gives Peter her phone number on a page of The Magic Mountain, but in his room that night Peter finds the page is inexplicably, impossibly, enragingly…gone.

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  • Two enragingly expressionless faces stared back at her flushed and flustered countenance without uttering a single comment.

    River Of Desire

  • Her feeling for her daughter is that of a pretty cat-like woman for something enragingly younger than herself.

    Robin

  • I'll be glad if February is enchantingly, if at times enragingly eclectic.

    Anime Nano!

  • His essay, which begins, enragingly, with the words: "How much time do you spend buying your coffee at Starbucks in the morning?"

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