Middle English enragenfrom Old French enrageren-causative pref.en–1rageragerage
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Old French enrager, enragier, corresponding to en- (“in”) + rage (“rage”) + -er (verbal suffix).
Enrage Sentence Examples
People and circumstances that enrage us are bound to appear from time to time.
It is not the physical injuries she inflicts that enrage her opponents, but the social.
He was as ruthless and as incorrupt as Robespierre himself; he could be moved from his purpose neither by pity nor by bribes; nor was there in his cruelty any of that quality which made the ordinary Jacobin enrage by turns ferocious and sentimental.
The track's bright red and orange color scheme emphasizes its ferocity and ties into the legend - they are the very colors that enrage fighting bulls.
It would also enrage neighboring Turkey, which controls crucial trade routes for the landlocked Iraqi Kurds.