Definition of enrage in English:

enrage

Line breaks: en¦rage
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈreɪdʒ
 
, ɛn-/

verb

[with object]
Make (someone) very angry: the students were enraged at these new rules
More example sentences
  • On one occasion a very enraged customer was dragged screaming and shouting from the shop.
  • He was trying to tell us that this was for our own safety and that he had orders but I think he was also wary of enraging the crowd.
  • This will be a mammoth task as it risks enraging people already sceptical about the treaty.
Synonyms
British informal wind up, get on someone's wick, nark
North American informal burn up, tee off, tick off, gravel
vulgar slang piss off
British vulgar slang get on someone's tits
rare empurple
very angry, irate, furious, infuriated, angered, in a temper, incensed, raging, incandescent, fuming, ranting, raving, seething, frenzied, in a frenzy, beside oneself, outraged, in high dudgeon;
hostile, antagonistic, black, dark
British informal shirty, stroppy
North American informal sore, bent out of shape, soreheaded, teed off, ticked off
Australian/New Zealand informal ropeable, snaky, crook
West Indian informal vex
British informal , dated in a bate, waxy
vulgar slang pissed off
North American vulgar slang pissed
literary wrathful, ireful, wroth

Origin

late 15th century (formerly also as inrage): from French enrager, from en- 'into' + rage 'rage, anger'.

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