enraged[ en-reyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF enraged
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENRAGED
I was so enraged that she was not there, I wished to cover my face with my handkerchief.
Tories and Peers especially were enraged, and regarded themselves as baffled.
Napoleon flushed with anger, enraged both at the intrusion and the teasing.
If the words may be coupled, I watched him with an enraged admiration.
Finally the sound of a hearty voice, independent and enraged, reached the pair.
The Lambs were going to be enraged when they learned what was afoot.
You will do the anathema--rueful rather than enraged--from the tent opening.
This Elector often enraged me with the foolish things that he did.
So you will understand how enraged I was when I read it this afternoon.
Felicite, enraged, was beating a tattoo on the shutter with her impatient fingers.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ENRAGED
- at boiling point
- bent out of shape
- beside oneself
- blowing a gasket
- blowing one's top
- boiling mad
- boiling over
- fit to be tied
- going ape
- mad as a hornet
- on the warpath
- ranting and raving
- raving mad
- seeing red
- throwing a fit