Examples of enrage in a Sentence
His thoughtless behavior enraged us.
People were enraged by the decision.
Recent Examples of enrage from the Web
His little comedy skit enraged me as much as Kim Kardashian’s cornrows or Miley Cyrus’ one-dimensional flat-screen twerking.
Critics were enraged by the Israeli government's previous plan, in which migrants would be offered $3,500 and an airplane ticket to leave for a sub-Saharan African country.
So here's the plan: Apache helicopters enrage the creature with chain guns and missiles from an acceptable stand-off range.
But the decision enraged some members who believed Bartomeu should have supported the vote; two board members resigned.
Since 2016, when Bennet joined the paper from The Atlantic and America elected Donald Trump, the op-ed page has featured more conservative voices, enraging both longtime readers and some on the staff.
Jerusalem’s mayor on Tuesday suspended a plan to impose taxes on properties owned by Christian churches, backing away from a move that had enraged religious leaders and led to the closure of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
The slow rollout by some bitcoin companies has enraged some bitcoin partisans.
The actions delighted his liberal supporters, enraged his critics, and delayed at least two trials — one of a man accused of vehicular homicide for allegedly killing a 3-year-old girl during a street race.
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Origin and Etymology of enrage
First Known Use: 1575See Words from the same year
get one's goat, rub the wrong way;
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: to make (someone) very angry : to fill (someone) with rage
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