An irate man, Lu Jianbo, attacks a woman with a knife, repeatedly stabbing her while neighbors scream, but otherwise do nothing.
Ron Paul describes his own supporters as “a tireless, irate minority.”
An irate Spaniard went through his sister to hire six Colombians to kill his boss before he could lay him off.
“I skipped one year in Dallas, and they were just irate,” she says.
Fuller was irate, and he and NBC reached a compromise: The show would air as a one-hour, stand-alone broadcast on NBC.
In an instant he was dripping with beer thrown at him—glass and all—by the irate Quell.
"Hold your tongue, you horrid little animal," said the irate Juliette.
At this juncture the first thief appears and demands the tart, whereupon the irate pastry-cook turns his rage upon him.
It was an independent and irate England which spoke in Coke.
Behind it was an irate countenance, nearly covered by an unclipped beard of a dirty gray color.