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- adv. In an enraging way.
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Thus the protagonist loathes his once adored older brother simply because the schmuck is so enragingly healthy.
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.
Two enragingly expressionless faces stared back at her flushed and flustered countenance without uttering a single comment.
Her feeling for her daughter is that of a pretty cat-like woman for something enragingly younger than herself.
I'll be glad if February is enchantingly, if at times enragingly eclectic.
His essay, which begins, enragingly, with the words: "How much time do you spend buying your coffee at Starbucks in the morning?"