Infuriate and Nark

Infuriate

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Infuriate verb – To make angry.
Nark and infuriate are semantically related. (British) in wind up topic. In some cases you can use "Nark" instead a verb "Infuriate", when it comes to topics like enrage. informal substitute
Nearby Word: infuriating
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Nark

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Nark verb – To disturb the peace of mind of (someone) especially by repeated disagreeable acts.
Usage example: during the war some of the British were narked by their American allies, who were perceived as arrogant

Infuriate and nark are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Infuriate" instead a verb "Nark".
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