enrage

Part of speech: verb

To throw into a rage; exasperate.

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Usage examples "enrage":

  1. If My Lords the States would send deputies to the camp with full powers, he stood there firm and unchangeable, but if they remained cool in the business, he warned them that they would enrage him. - "The Life of John of Barneveld, 1609-15, Volume I.", John Lothrop Motley Last Updated: February 7, 2009.
  2. The spring tides at Cape Chignecto, Cape Enrage, and Cumberland bason, are from forty- five to fifty- five feet. - "First History of New Brunswick", Peter Fisher Commentator: William Fisher.
  3. This seemed to enrage Brave more than ever, and he sprang into the water, and swam toward the shore, and no amount of scolding on Frank's part could induce him to return. - "Frank, the Young Naturalist", Harry Castlemon.