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The explanation of the aged wanderer that the dust and particles came from many sources, seemed to enrage them further.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
What the boy had done to thus enrage the animal no one seemed to know.
THE PONY RIDER BOYS IN TEXASFRANK GEE PATCHIN
The whole table would take it up, every man doing his best to insult and enrage the victim.
THE IRON PUDDLERJAMES J. DAVIS
Don't you, Sir, put questions to me that you know I will answer truly, though my answer were ever so much to enrage you.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 6 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
Why, I have still the key that you gave me, and which I hung round my neck to enrage your gentlemen, and with this I entered.
THE FORTY-FIVE GUARDSMENALEXANDRE DUMAS
How it will enrage your grandfather Intaphernes, and your father Otanes to see you in the dust before a stranger!
AN EGYPTIAN PRINCESS, COMPLETEGEORG EBERS
No other act will enrage a professional horseman so thoroughly as this.
THE AWAKENING OF THE DESERTJULIUS C. BIRGE
Occasionally the news that the tree brought seemed to enrage him profoundly.
WILD FOLKSAMUEL SCOVILLE
The picadores were armed with long pikes with which to enrage the bull.
EUROPE FROM A MOTOR CARRUSSELL RICHARDSON
But the immediate effect of the attack had been to enrage him out of all prudence.
THE TITLE MARKETEMILY POST
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