verb en·rage \in-ˈrāj, en-\

: to make (someone) very angry : to fill (someone) with rage

Full Definition of ENRAGE

transitive verb
:  to fill with rage :  anger

Examples of ENRAGE

  1. His thoughtless behavior enraged us.
  2. People were enraged by the decision.

Origin of ENRAGE

Middle French enrager to become mad, from Old French enragier, from en- + rage rage
First Known Use: 1575


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