--"Whoever thou art," said the trodden one, still enraged
, "thou treadest also too nigh me with thy parable, and not only with thy foot!
The guns in the rear, aroused and enraged
by shells that had been thrown burlike at them, suddenly involved themselves in a hideous alter- cation with another band of guns.
A tall looking-glass, which had hitherto presented a reflection of the enraged
and drunken multitude, was now smashed into a thousand fragments.
"Yes, hussy," answered the enraged
mother, "so I was, and what was the mighty matter of that?
"Oh, let us have no gestures, no screams, no modern drama, or you will oblige me to tell you that I see Debray leave here, pocketing the whole of the 500,000 livres you have handed over to him this year, while he smiles to himself, saying that he has found what the most skilful players have never discovered -- that is, a roulette where he wins without playing, and is no loser when he loses." The baroness became enraged. "Wretch!" she cried, "will you dare to tell me you did not know what you now reproach me with?"
Besides, how do I know that this was not a political trick, that the minister enraged at seeing me in the opposition, and jealous of the popular sympathy I excite, has not concerted with M.
Finding that the tree would not fall to his pushing, Tantor was but enraged
Two of the enemy's men entered the boat just where this fellow stood in the foresheets; he immediately saluted them with a ladle full of the stuff, boiling hot which so burned and scalded them, being half-naked that they roared out like bulls, and, enraged with the fire, leaped both into the sea.
We first supposed, as indeed everybody had related to us, that the seamen on board the English and Dutch ships, but especially the Dutch, were so enraged at the name of a pirate, and especially at our beating off their boats and escaping, that they would not give themselves leave to inquire whether we were pirates or no, but would execute us off-hand, without giving us any room for a defence.
ASSAILANT When he showed up to work, he was already enraged
However, he got enraged
when he was told to park his vehicle outside the police station before entering the premises.
Summary: Netizens were enraged
with the passenger's behaviour and demanded the authorities take action.
Summary: Ballia (Uttar Pradesh) [India], May 29 (ANI): Enraged
by construction on government land, a group of villagers clashed with police and resorted to stone-pelting in Ballia, injuring several cops and officials.
Our correspondent also learnt that the shooting disrupted the day market, as everybody was scampering for safety, whereas, the enraged
youth of Enyigba of the same community went back and reinforced.
In the meantime, Uzma's brother-in-law Iqbal also reached home and when he saw her brother, he got enraged
, the police official highlighted.