Examples of enrage in a Sentence
His thoughtless behavior enraged us.
People were enraged by the decision.
Recent Examples of enrage from the Web
Six weeks ago, Best was excluded from a list of three finalists presented to Mayor Jenny Durkan, enraging her supporters in the community and the union representing the department’s rank and file.
And Mylan’s gradual 400 percent price increase for the live-saving EpiPen further enraged the public and Congressional committees.
Lewandowski said, enraging Petkanas and many others around the nation.
That conversation will have been exciting to Republican voters and enraging to Democrats — but not just Democrats.
Learning Beyoncé had been bitten enraged the Girls Trip actress and made her want to fight the assailant.
Their son served as their translator but Anderson allegedly became enraged, pushing the son and throwing food on the floor before assaulting the female owner, the outlet reported.
Democrats were enraged that Comey disregarded procedure by publicly sharing details about the email investigation in a manner that inflicted considerable political damage on Clinton.
Even though he had been given a soft landing, he was enraged by his ejection.
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get one's goat, rub the wrong way;
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Definition of enrage for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) very angry : to fill (someone) with rage
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