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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.enraged - marked by extreme angerenraged - marked by extreme anger; "the enraged bull attached"; "furious about the accident"; "a furious scowl"; "infuriated onlookers charged the police who were beating the boy"; "could not control the maddened crowd"
angry - feeling or showing anger; "angry at the weather"; "angry customers"; "an angry silence"; "sending angry letters to the papers"

enraged

adjective furious, cross, wild, angry, angered, mad (informal), raging, irritated, fuming, choked, pissed (U.S. slang), infuriated, aggravated (informal), incensed, inflamed, exasperated, very angry, pissed off (taboo slang), irate, livid (informal), incandescent, on the warpath, fit to be tied (slang), boiling mad, raging mad The enraged crowd stoned the car, then set it on fire.
Translations

enraged

[ɪnˈreɪdʒd] adj [person, crowd] → furieux/euse
to be enraged at sb → être furieux/euse contre qn
to be enraged by sth → être furieux/euse à cause de qch

enraged

adjwütend, aufgebracht (→ at, by über +acc); he was enraged to see that …er war wütend, als er sah, dass …
References in classic literature ?
He as good as told him that he'd come out under false pretences, that the whole affair was a swindle and that the road could not be made.
In trickery, evasion, procrastination, spoliation, botheration, under false pretences of all sorts, there are influences that can never come to good.
to tell me that the first night he had brought you with him on false pretences.
He looks upon Kit as an intruder, as one who has obtained admission to that place on false pretences, who has enjoyed a privilege without being duly qualified.
But when questioned closely as to their grounds for this opinion, and what Master Marner had to gain by such false pretences, they only shook their heads as before, and observed that there was no knowing what some folks counted gain; moreover, that everybody had a right to their own opinions, grounds or no grounds, and that the weaver, as everybody knew, was partly crazy.
Then we are here on false pretences, and we stay here no longer,' he said.
He was planning to take advantage of the Hales' sympathy to obtain money from them on false pretences.
Miss Schlegel"--his voice was firm--"I have had you up on false pretences.
But I eyed him with hidden animosity for he had got me to run after him under somewhat false pretences.
With this he showed them into a parlour where he kept them waiting, until the two women-servants had repaired thither, under false pretences, to see the play-actors; and having compared notes with them in the passage, and joined in a vast quantity of whispering and giggling, he at length went upstairs with Miss Snevellicci's name.
classification) of obtaining money by false pretences.
Besides, a Catholic monk is by nature excessively curious; it would be quite easy therefore to entice him into a wood, or some secret place, on false pretences, and there to deal with him as said.