enrage

verb en·rage \ in-ˈrāj , en- \
|Updated on: 14 Jun 2018

Definition of enrage

enraged; enraging; enrages
: to fill with rage : anger

Examples of enrage in a Sentence

  1. His thoughtless behavior enraged us.

  2. People were enraged by the decision.

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Origin and Etymology of enrage

Middle French enrager to become mad, from Old French enragier, from en- + rage rage


ENRAGE Defined for English Language Learners

enrage

Definition of enrage for English Language Learners

  • : to make (someone) very angry : to fill (someone) with rage


ENRAGE Defined for Kids

enrage

verb en·rage \ in-ˈrāj \

Definition of enrage for Students

enraged; enraging
: to fill with rage : anger


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