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- adj. Angered, made furious, made full of rage.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enrage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. filled with or indicating extreme anger.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Angry; furious; exhibiting anger or fury: as, an enraged countenance.
- Aggravated; heightened; passionate.
- In heraldry, having a position similar to that noted by salient: said of a horse used as a bearing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. marked by extreme anger
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Stalin enraged of course, lashed out completely, launching an Invasion of Alaska and driving also into the Middle East.
(I set aside the disagreement that actually seems to exist over whether Grynszpan shot vom Rath in enraged protest or because the two had been lovers.)
Scott Evans Dekraai was arrested just a half mile from Salon Meritage in Seal Beach 5 dead in two homes in Indiana, cops fear killer is on the loose Ex-Blackwater security guards charged with murder of Afghans: report California hair salon was identified as an enraged ex-husband Thursday morning.
The call enraged Skiles, who pointed at the officiating crew and said something that drew a double technical and an ejection as Boston sealed the win by hitting all 12 free throws after Thomas 'flagrant foul.
The call enraged Brown, who started punching her again, biting her fingers and ears and placing her into headlock until she lost consciousness.
Note that Beijing is described as to be "enraged" -- I love the way commentators posit Beijing's behavior before it happens, thus giving Beijing even more leverage over what's said in the international forums.
Nevertheless, I am not enraged, which is more than I can say for other people.
The use made of Isobel's name enraged me to boiling point and I presently took up the entire bundle of cuttings and crammed them into a waste-paper basket.
She understood this; and, as she was naturally proud, the idea enraged her.
Users are enraged, which is to be expected, but social media software development has blurred the lines between what users want from a social media app, and what users will tolerate in terms of data mining.