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  • I ran to help him up, which only seemed to enrage him further. Cited from Chronicles of Avonlea, by Lucy Maud Montgomery #6]
  • Further enraged, they would take a big hot stone and place it on his back.
  • What the boy had done to thus enrage the animal no one seemed to know. Cited from The Pony Rider Boys in Texas, by Frank Gee Patchin
  • Thus, a person would not first become enraged and then act, but do both simultaneously.
  • Nothing so enrages them, even now as to have some one deny their existence. Cited from Lectures Of Col. Ingersoll, V1, by R. G. Ingersoll
  • By the New Year he had been given further details and was enraged.
  • They'll do no harm to speak of unless you fire and enrage them. Cited from The Ivory Trail, by Talbot Mundy
  • She was so enraged that she decided to take vengeance upon him.
  • Sarah is enraged by the deal, mostly because she did not get to tell her story in court.
  • Nothing else can so enrage a nature like his as having to retrace its steps. Cited from The Redemption of David Corson, by Charles Frederic Goss
  • She tried to fight him off and bit him in the process, which enraged him enough to beat her to death.
  • Why should the word of hope enrage you thus? Cited from Love's Comedy, by Henrik Ibsen
  • A certain mode to enrage these two is won; And other means may work upon the rest. Cited from Orlando Furioso, by Ludovico Ariosto
  • His arrest enraged his supporters who launched public movements for his release.
  • Although his time in orbit was his only get-away, he became enraged one day when he discovered a human space station.
  • She is enraged and they begin to fight in his building, but their anger turns into passion.
  • This loss led to a rebellion by the enraged liberal forces against the conservative government.
  • The gods were enraged by this and declared that he would die and never receive the promised land.
  • Enraged, he ordered the killing of the entire crew of the transport.
  • Upon seeing her ability he became enraged that a mere mortal could produce finer work than he.
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How enrage gets used

Meaning of enrage

  • verb Put into a rage; make violently angry