Thesaurus / ire
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Critics have implied, without evidence, that Samuelson is in the pocket of Google, but may also hold a special ire for her role leading the Authors Alliance, a group of writers who disavow the more hardline stance of the New York-based Authors Guild.
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The Titans gathered, standing on the Ravens logo at midfield at M&T Bank Stadium and drawing the attention and ire of Ravens Coach John Harbaugh.
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Weber, for instance, has drawn police unions’ ire throughout her tenure in the Capitol after passing numerous reform laws.
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In August, California carried out its first rotating blackouts since the 2001 energy crisis, drawing the ire of millions who went powerless amid extreme temperatures.
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These stops greatly excited the ire of Berlioz, who declaims against them in his celebrated work on orchestration.
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The F. text has une vielle irese, and M. Mon explains irese by angry, or full of ire.
Hence, a note in Bell suggests that irish here means 'full of ire.'
The low nature and character of the two boys rouses Bruno's ire, and he constantly flies into a rage when he is with them.
WORDS RELATED TO IRE
- bad humor
- low boiling point
- short fuse
- slow burn
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