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en·rage

 (ĕn-rāj′)
tr.v. en·raged, en·rag·ing, en·rag·es
To put into a rage; infuriate.

[Middle English *enragen, from Old French enrager : en-, causative pref.; see en-1 + rage, rage; see rage.]

en·rage′ment n.
en·rag′ing·ly adv.

enrage

(ɪnˈreɪdʒ)
vb
(tr) to provoke to fury; put into a rage; anger
enˈraged adj
enragedly adv
enˈragement n

en•rage

(ɛnˈreɪdʒ)

v.t. -raged, -rag•ing.
to make extremely angry; put into a rage; infuriate.
[1490–1500; < Middle French enrager]
en•rag′ed•ly, adv.
syn: enrage, incense, infuriate imply stirring to violent anger. To enrage or to infuriate is to provoke wrath: They enrage (infuriate) her by their continual harassment. To incense is to inflame with indignation or anger: to incense a person by making insulting remarks.

enrage


Past participle: enraged
Gerund: enraging

Imperative
enrage
enrage
Present
I enrage
you enrage
he/she/it enrages
we enrage
you enrage
they enrage
Preterite
I enraged
you enraged
he/she/it enraged
we enraged
you enraged
they enraged
Present Continuous
I am enraging
you are enraging
he/she/it is enraging
we are enraging
you are enraging
they are enraging
Present Perfect
I have enraged
you have enraged
he/she/it has enraged
we have enraged
you have enraged
they have enraged
Past Continuous
I was enraging
you were enraging
he/she/it was enraging
we were enraging
you were enraging
they were enraging
Past Perfect
I had enraged
you had enraged
he/she/it had enraged
we had enraged
you had enraged
they had enraged
Future
I will enrage
you will enrage
he/she/it will enrage
we will enrage
you will enrage
they will enrage
Future Perfect
I will have enraged
you will have enraged
he/she/it will have enraged
we will have enraged
you will have enraged
they will have enraged
Future Continuous
I will be enraging
you will be enraging
he/she/it will be enraging
we will be enraging
you will be enraging
they will be enraging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been enraging
you have been enraging
he/she/it has been enraging
we have been enraging
you have been enraging
they have been enraging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been enraging
you will have been enraging
he/she/it will have been enraging
we will have been enraging
you will have been enraging
they will have been enraging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been enraging
you had been enraging
he/she/it had been enraging
we had been enraging
you had been enraging
they had been enraging
Conditional
I would enrage
you would enrage
he/she/it would enrage
we would enrage
you would enrage
they would enrage
Past Conditional
I would have enraged
you would have enraged
he/she/it would have enraged
we would have enraged
you would have enraged
they would have enraged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.enrage - put into a rage; make violently angry
anger - make angry; "The news angered him"

enrage

verb anger, provoke, irritate, infuriate, aggravate (informal), incense, gall, madden, inflame, exasperate, incite, antagonize, make you angry, nark (Brit., Austral., & N.Z. slang), make your blood boil, get your back up, make you see red (informal), put your back up Her obstinate refusal enraged him.
calm, soothe, appease, placate, assuage, pacify, mollify, conciliate

enrage

verb
To cause to feel or show anger:
Idioms: make one hot under the collar, make one's blood boil, put one's back up.
Translations
يُغيظ، يُغْضِب
gøre rasende
æsa upp, gera bálreiîan
siutinti
saniknot
çileden çıkarmaköfkelendirmek

enrage

[ɪnˈreɪdʒ] VTenfurecer, hacer rabiar

enrage

[ɪnˈreɪdʒ] vt [+ person] → mettre en rage

enrage

vtwütend machen; it enrages me to think that …es macht mich wütend, wenn ich daran denke, dass …

enrage

[ɪnˈreɪdʒ] vtfare arrabbiare

enrage

(inˈreidʒ) verb
to make very angry. His son's rudeness enraged him.
References in classic literature ?
He himself had done too much in that way in his time not to recognize, in the inspector's story, all the marks of one of those practical jokes which begin by amusing and end by enraging the victims.
But the Hazel-nut child, who was the most active little creature, climbed up the horse's tail and began to bite it on the back, enraging the creature to such an extent that it paid no attention to the direction the robber tried to make it go in, but galloped straight home.
A good way of enraging her was to say that her last year's bonnet would do for this year without alteration, or that it would defy the face of clay to count the number of her shawls.