Definition of Irate

1. Adjective. Feeling or showing extreme anger. "Ireful words"

Exact synonyms: Ireful
Similar to: Angry



Definition of Irate

1. a. Angry; incensed; enraged.

Definition of Irate

1. Adjective. Extremely angry; wrathful; enraged. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Irate

1. angry [adj IRATER, IRATEST] : IRATELY [adv] - See also: angry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irate

ira
irable
iracund
irade
irades
iranian
iranite
iraqite
irarsite
irascibilities
irascibility
irascible
irascibleness
irasciblenesses
irascibly
irate (current term)
irately
irateness
iratenesses
irater
iratest
iratumumab
ire
ired
ireful
irefully
irefulness
ireless
irenarch
irenarchs

Literary usage of Irate

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1. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1900)
"... which they subsequently exchanged ' for a public-house in Cock Alley, Cripple- irate. An acquaintance formed with Charles Hitchen, a constable who had ..."

2. History of the Northwest Coast by Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak (1886)
"... MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA HE PROCEEDS TO HONOLULU AND FORT VANCOUVER—SIMPSON DOES NOT LIKE ins LOOKS AND SNUBS HIM—WHEREAT HE is irate, THOUGH IN HIS BOOK ..."

3. South by West, Or, Winter in the Rocky Mountains and Spring in Mexico by Rose Georgina Kingsley (1874)
"... surprises—Cheyenne canon—A distant view—Prospecting on Pike's Peak— Colonists—The irate market-gardeners—Indians and their doings—Farewell to Colorado. ..."

4. Trooper and Redskin in the Far North-West: Recollections of Life in the by John G. Donkin (1889)
"... Summer— Cold—Provost guard—Prisoners—Escape of Sioux—The Broncho—All sorts and conditions of men—Horse-thieves— Pay—Fever—The irate doctor. ..."

5. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1900)
"... which they subsequently exchanged ' for a public-house in Cock Alley, Cripple- irate. An acquaintance formed with Charles Hitchen, a constable who had ..."

6. History of the Northwest Coast by Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak (1886)
"... MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA HE PROCEEDS TO HONOLULU AND FORT VANCOUVER—SIMPSON DOES NOT LIKE ins LOOKS AND SNUBS HIM—WHEREAT HE is irate, THOUGH IN HIS BOOK ..."

7. South by West, Or, Winter in the Rocky Mountains and Spring in Mexico by Rose Georgina Kingsley (1874)
"... surprises—Cheyenne canon—A distant view—Prospecting on Pike's Peak— Colonists—The irate market-gardeners—Indians and their doings—Farewell to Colorado. ..."

8. Trooper and Redskin in the Far North-West: Recollections of Life in the by John G. Donkin (1889)
"... Summer— Cold—Provost guard—Prisoners—Escape of Sioux—The Broncho—All sorts and conditions of men—Horse-thieves— Pay—Fever—The irate doctor. ..."

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