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Men, ever clinging to the privileges their gender affords them no matter how much women change, are charmed and mystified by her unconquerability, until they grow irate of the challenge it poses and act out accordingly.

When the report came out in October, a loud contingency of locals were still irate that the closures would limit recreational access right when the sport is exploding and the backcountry is increasingly crowded.

The president was increasingly irate that officials would not support his unfounded claims of voter fraud.

Many spoke to employees as if they were lazy, Johnson said, and workers sometimes had to call police on particularly irate people.

In one episode, two undercover air marshals subdued and handcuffed the irate traveler in question.

At the time of this writing, over 800 irate comments follow the post.

Who but an irate headmaster ever referred to Jack Nicholson by his surname?

How wrong is the Tea Party, irate and ill-tempered as it may be, in its critique of government operations?

As protestors and irate MKs demonstrate, this cannot change with one Supreme Court ruling.

I stopped the elephant again and said to the man, "Why art thou irate when the evening is so cool, little man of the city?"

"I'll turn the hose on him as he goes out, if you don't mind," the irate mother exclaimed as she left the room.

So, too, those on the outer edge did not make any hostile movement when the irate instructor went through them with a rush.

The charge of the Light Brigade was surpassed by those irate Creoles.

One indulges him with the hero of the piece: the small, ugly, irate, snuffy quadruped before mentioned.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to irate, such as: annoyed, enraged, exasperated, furious, incensed, and indignant.

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