This utterly predictable rebuke appeared to enrage Huckabee.
He approached ahead of her, barking furiously, and I put down my hand for him to sniff, which seemed to enrage him further.
The simple premise of the film will anger, enrage, and yet ultimately inspire and mobilize anyone who sees it.
The leathery visage of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell never fails to sadden and enrage me.
Attempting to reason with enraged people may only enrage them more.
But the immediate effect of the attack had been to enrage him out of all prudence.
Don't mind me, little cousin; I am talking all this nonsense only to enrage the canon.
"You can clear out now, son," Charley remarked, putting an emphasis on the "son" calculated to enrage Potch.
Don't you know that if you enrage white trash it is likely to do anything?
Nothing else can so enrage a nature like his as having to retrace its steps.