make your blood boil

make (one's) blood boil

To cause one to feel extremely angry. The fact that he embezzled money from the company for years just makes my blood boil.
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make your blood boil

COMMON If something makes your blood boil, it makes you very angry. This statement is untrue and makes my blood boil. It makes my blood boil. He doesn't like the players yet he's always trying to interfere. Note: You can also simply say that your blood boils, meaning you are very angry. My blood boiled, but I tried to answer as simply and directly as possible. Note: In medieval times, some people believed that certain emotions changed the temperature of the blood.
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make your blood boil

infuriate you.
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