Definition of enrage
: to fill with rage : anger
Examples of enrage in a Sentence
His thoughtless behavior enraged us.
People were enraged by the decision.
Recent Examples of enrage from the Web
The image enraged and emboldened black folks, and it is considered among a long list of catalysts for the Civil Rights activism of the mid-twentieth century.
Complaints/questions/enraged screeds/expressions of undying admiration can be sent here.
Last month’s appointment of Robert S. Mueller III as a special counsel to investigate possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia enraged President Trump.
After finding fame as the jazz artist who won the 2011 Best New Artist Grammy over Justin Bieber (and enraged the Beliebers), Spalding returned with a rock-and-funk hybrid on her album Emily’s D+Evolution last year.
Curry also enraged Cleveland fans with a, um, celebration move following Kevin Durant’s huge 3-pointer that ultimately sealed Wednesday’s Game 3 win.
The gruesome image enraged the president and his family and drew widespread condemnation — even from Trump detractors.
The Angels were not a party to the loan, but became enraged when the victim, in an effort to buy time to repay the loan, falsely claimed to be an Angel.
His action enraged Hispanic legislators nearby, leading to a tussle in which each side accused the other of threats and violence.
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Origin and Etymology of enrage
Middle French enrager to become mad, from Old French enragier, from en- + rage rage
First Known Use: 1575See Words from the same year
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: to make (someone) very angry : to fill (someone) with rage
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