Enrages [verb]

Definition of Enrages:

make very upset

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Sentence/Example of Enrages:

Guy has a troublesome wife who won’t divorce him, and Bruno, an engaging sociopath is enraged that his wealthy father won’t give him money.

It enraged a cadre of coastal residents who have long believed the city could outright ban short-term rentals.

She can’t find the words to express her true feelings for her father, and this enrages the feeble-minded king.

In 1970, Milton Friedman wrote an op-ed that would embolden investors and enrage activists for decades.

The policy enraged families, home administrators, epidemiologists and politicians of both major parties.

Democrats have been enraged about Republicans’ decision to push ahead with filling the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat weeks before the election, but, being the minority in the Senate, they haven’t had any way to stop them.

The explanation of the aged wanderer that the dust and particles came from many sources, seemed to enrage them further.

What the boy had done to thus enrage the animal no one seemed to know.

The whole table would take it up, every man doing his best to insult and enrage the victim.

Don't you, Sir, put questions to me that you know I will answer truly, though my answer were ever so much to enrage you.