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- n. rage
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Act of enraging or state of being enraged; excitement.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of enraging, or the state of being enraged; excitement; exaltation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a feeling of intense anger
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The court reduced the brother's sentence, taking into consideration his "enragement" with his sister's sexual involvement with her boyfriend.
Because care providers were being sent a constant supply of unsuitable candidates, RBLI diagnosed a chronic case of what it termed "employer enragement".
On apartheid South Africa, he called for the "constructive enragement" of economics sanctions as a moral imperative over "constructive engagement" of continued negotiations.
This is the same guy that where we ` re told that on Friday morning, late Thursday night, that text messages were going back and forth between the two which could have caused this argument where possibly the enragement, the love triangle could have had something to do with her death.
SheikMo: And are not other Republicans joining in the general enragement?
He had crafted an insult out of something that was not, and there was no response that would do justice to my enragement.
Anti-incumbent sentiment threatens to turn into enragement.
His recent media interview denying culpability only fanned the fires of enragement.
The tool measures enragement as well and is charged on a "credits" structure.
Rather, the enragement is aimed at Pelosi and Reid, the leaders of the House and Senate.