Examples of enrage in a Sentence
His thoughtless behavior enraged us.
People were enraged by the decision.
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When play was eventually stopped, Nadal was still enraged.
This enrages me, because the truth SHOULD work, and yet the truth here only seems to amplify the power of the lie.
We’d be enraged, especially if the agency – like CSS – took great pains, as CSS has in its lawsuit, to paint its services and supports as superior to those of other fostering agencies.
Italian-Americans especially were enraged, and refused to let go of the centuries-old ingrained narrative that their countryman Columbus did something unprecedented.
Lucas Glover's wife, Krista, reportedly was enraged following her husband's performance in the third round of The Player's Tournament on May 15 in Florida and assaulted her husband and his mother at their home.
An unidentified man was enraged when the employees of Fresh Kitchen, in the Midtown area, began to speak in Spanish among themselves.
President Lyndon Johnson, enraged by McCulloch’s reporting, was said to have complained that the bald man from Time magazine had been wandering around in the jungle sun without a hat.
Their parents grew enraged when the group returned with food the friend had bought for the two children.
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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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