Examples of enrage in a Sentence
His thoughtless behavior enraged us.
People were enraged by the decision.
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The botched response to a pilot shortage, the result of sloppy vacation planning and defections to other carriers, has engulfed Ryanair for several weeks and enraged customers, regulators and politicians alike.
Andy suppressed Valerie, controlling her success, enraging her, and had everyone else eating out of the palm of his hand.
With Venezuelans enraged about a deep economic crisis and the government’s plans for a new constitution, opposition leaders had been hoping that upward of 10 million Venezuelans would vote against the government on Sunday.
The frustration and anger with criminals and the accountability needed to curb criminal activity are real, intense and rightfully enraging our communities.
Instead of accepting the generous offer, the man became enraged and a struggle ensued.
Cuba will be there until 2019, enraging my friend who spent 20 years in prison as a political prisoner before escaping.
But cracks in that perfect prefab facade are beginning to show in the form of a black family moving in and enraging the neighbors.
Two days after the sarin assault, President Trump authorized a Tomahawk missile strike on Al Shayrat, enraging Russia and Syria.
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Origin and Etymology of enrage
First Known Use: 1575See Words from the same year
Synonymsanger, incense, inflame (also enflame), infuriate, ire, madden, outrage, rankle, rile, roil, steam up, tick off
Antonymsdelight, gratify, please
Related Wordsaffront, aggravate, annoy, burn (up), cross, exasperate, get, huff, irritate, miff, nettle, offend, peeve, pique, provoke, put out, ruffle, vex; antagonize, embitter, envenom
Near Antonymsallay, assuage, relieve; comfort, console, soothe; appease, conciliate, mollify, pacify, placate; calm, lull, quiet, settle; beguile, bewitch, captivate, charm, disarm, enchant
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