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enraged

adjective as in furious

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When Felix Sparks entered the Dachau concentration camp at the end of April 1945, his men were already enraged.

From Ozy

The piece enraged some readers and there were boycotts of Whole Foods.

Perhaps more than any time since the early 1990s, the LGBTQ community is enraged and engaged in electoral politics, poised to play a key role in transforming all three branches of government, including at the state level.

Because when we are enraged, we are engaged, and the longer we are engaged the more money the platform can make from us.

From Time

This event, know as “Turn Around Tuesday,” enraged many of the demonstrators, especially the young SNCC activists.

News of an opening with Havana has enraged the old guard of Miami that has longed to see the Castro family brought down.

So what piece could have so passionately enraged this caller that I was marked for death?

Schmidt has long enraged Tea Party conservatives with his candor about members of his own party.

Phyllis is a short, stocky, enraged-seeming woman with a high, strident voice and piercing stare.

And here M. Barbiche suddenly threw himself into the attitude of an enraged and aggressive monkey.

Growling horribly, the enraged brute seized poor Pearson and shook him as a terrier dog shakes a rat.

It was the first time that a female voice had been heard in the midst of the clamor of these enraged combatants.

If Jason had married Selina without opposition, his congregation would have been enraged.

The aged Alcuine, enraged by the contempt to which she had been subjected, bestowed upon the Princess Aurore a disastrous gift.

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On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to enraged, such as: angry, exasperated, incensed, infuriated, irate, and aggravated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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