- adj. Enraged; infuriated; spitefully or furiously angry.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of incense.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Angered; enraged.
- adj. (Her.) Represented as enraged, as any wild creature depicted with fire issuing from mouth and eyes.
- adj. angered at something unjust or wrong
“Arnold Schwarzenegger of California incensed is the ...”
“Arnold Schwarzenegger of California incensed is the fact that two Texas oil companies with two refineries each in California are financing a campaign to roll back California's landmark laws to slow global warming and promote clean energy innovation, because it would require the refiners to install new emission-control tools.”
“Equally incensed is the head of the Palestinian negotiation team, Saeb Erekat, who said on Wednesday that "there are no half-way solutions on the settlements issue.”
“Mrs. Handsomebody greatly respected Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Pegg, and this play of words on the name incensed her.”
“He revived but in part, and knowing that his moments were fast passing, he called the incensed captain, and before he had time to speak or strike, poured upon him such a flood of sublime and holy rebuke, rising to the grandeur of prophetic denunciation, and mingled with such melting pathos of entreaty, that the crime-steeped man was overwhelmed and fled from the scene.”
“Though industry watchers call it a minor tweak, dropping "G.I." from the name incensed many longtime customers and drastically altered their perceptions about the company's lineup and prices.”
“Bev Perdue said the governor wasn't aware of either the lengthy backlog or the Department of Revenue's overpayment policy revamps and was "incensed" -- as well she should be.”
“Nearly ten years later, the sound of the word still incensed Kipperman.”
“The online music service, which was shut down in 2001 after losing a courtroom fight with record labels incensed by its free-music-for-all ethos, is relaunching itself as a legit company to sell songs online.”
“The unfortunate word incensed her the more; it intimated that she was ignorantly throwing too much away.”
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