ire[ ahyuhr ]SEE DEFINITION OF ire
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRE
They 'ave to 'ire one when they're in London so's to get about from one 'all to another.
“You are officious and impertinent,” said I, white with ire.
It was plain that his ire was mounting as he made sure of what was taking place.
With wrath and ire he rose to mete out justice to this highwayman.
The ring in his voice told that the ire of the Scot was rising.
A part remained faithful, and this excited the ire of the secessionists.
Nobody in the island aroused his ire as did that gloomy jail-bird.
On that night, in Coralio and in other towns, their ire found vent.
Again the accent on the "absolutely" seemed to rouse his visitor's ire.
Beyond a doubt his ire was not going to cool down in a hurry.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IRE
- bad feeling
- ill feeling
- ill will