enrage[ en-reyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF enrage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENRAGE
Would he annoy her, enrage her perhaps, or even worse, tire her?
This, you know, like scarlet to the bull, is sufficient to enrage the Parisian pit.
But the slug instead of dropping the bear served only to enrage him.
I fear that this letter will enrage my grandson; I care not.
What reply could Maurice make which would not enrage her more?
Don't mind me, little cousin; I am talking all this nonsense only to enrage the canon.
Don't you know that if you enrage white trash it is likely to do anything?
There was something in the purity and refinement of that sad face that seemed to enrage him.
A sign of fear, or even of consciousness, would only tend to enrage my captors.
This wou'd enrage one, Tom, if a noble Scorn did not cool our Fury.