Definition of Enraging

1. Verb. (present participle of enrage) ¹



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Definition of Enraging

1. enrage [v] - See also: enrage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enraging

enquirest
enquiries
enquiring
enquiringly
enquiry
enrace
enraced
enraces
enracing
enrage
enraged
enragedly
enragement
enragements
enrages
enraging (current term)
enragingly
enrange
enranged
enranges
enranging
enrank
enranked
enranking
enranks
enrapt
enrapture
enraptured
enraptures
enrapturing

Literary usage of Enraging

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1. Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United by George Edward Cokayne (1896)
"... tue. hin father in March 1226, in which year lie was signed with the Cross as enraging to join in the ..."

2. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1853)
"The use of the Huber hive had convinced me that with proper precautions, the combs might be removed without enraging the bees, and that these insecte were ..."

3. An Arabic-English Lexicon: Derived from the Best and the Most Copious by Edward William Lane (1877)
"... or ra^e; &c. ; ie angering; or enraging; &c.] : (TA:) pi. ... of kings : (ТА :) [lit. the most angering, or enraging, of names, is the king of kings. ..."

4. As We are and as We May be by Walter Besant (1903)
"Finally, we succeeded in enraging the South against us before the war began, because of our continual outcry against slavery; and in enraging the North ..."

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