Pronunciation of Enraged
/ɛnɹˈe͡ɪd͡ʒd/, /ɛnɹˈe‍ɪd‍ʒd/, /ɛ_n_ɹ_ˈeɪ_dʒ_d/

Synonyms for enraged:


burned up, angered.



Other synonyms and related words:

choleric, infuriate, Ticked, burned up, savage, roiled, outraged, wrathful, angered, raging, apoplectic, wild, Hopping, steamed up, fierce, shirty, tempestuous, ferocious, Horn-mad, livid, ireful, provoked, sore, wroth, maddened, riley, hot, Fuming, foaming, cheesed off, rabid, ballistic, teed off, steaming, riled.

angry (adjective)

ireful, angry, fierce, mad, vexed, pissed off, irate, hot, choleric, indignant, chafed, provoked, Antagonized, exacerbated, displeased, annoyed, raging, ferocious, incensed, sore, wrathful, maddened, exasperated, furious, outraged, irritated.

enraged (adjective)

angry, angered, exasperated, mad, Fuming, inflamed, upset, infuriated, livid, incensed, aggravated, riled, irate.

fierce (adjective)

savage, tempestuous, wild.

furious (adjective)


incensed (adjective)

peeved, burned up, steamed up.

irate (adjective)


raging (adjective)


enraged (noun)

angered, maddened, angry, furious, infuriated.

aggravated (verb)

Badgered, Nagged, tormented, pestered, bedeviled, aggravated, fretted, aroused, exasperated, harassed, perturbed, upset, Baited, inflamed, Grated, Envenomed, needled, Rankled, exacerbated, Antagonized, harried, irked, bothered, chafed, discomposed, troubled, irritated, disturbed, infuriated, peeved, hassled, annoyed, vexed, teased.

enrage (verb)


Usage examples for enraged:

  • The scorn in her voice enraged him. - "Harvest", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
  • At this advice he became enraged, and swore he would have them this time, at any cost. - "A Woman's Life-Work Labors and Experiences", Laura S. Haviland.
  • The Cardinal himself became more enraged than ever. - "The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete", Duc de Saint-Simon.

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