incensed


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Synonyms for incensed

angered at something unjust or wrong

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I didn't read your original comments but was incensed by those that were printed in response to it.
When informed Moore was incensed McStay said: "Well, during the game he incensed me.
HURT: An injured steward is carried out of the crowd RAGING: Livid Arsenal fans show their anger TWO BAD: The Adebayor goal celebration that incensed the Arsenal fans and (inset) a Gunners supporter is hurt in the fracas
Dear Editor, Letter writers are incensed by privatisation and post office closures.
But the couple are said to be incensed over alleged claims about their daughter's disappearance in local media.
PEUGEOT worker Gary Mosley (left) was incensed after being banned from distributing leaflets about the plant's closure in the Lower Precinct.
In fact, I was called by a landlord, someone I know very well, and he was incensed at what I said about some landlords, I didn't say all, I know some very fine landlords.
My 15-year-old daughter, hearing my incensed conversation with my husband about the above letter inquired as to what was wrong.
IBF champion Kostya Tszyu is the ultimate target for Hatton, who incensed Oliveira by describing their bout as a ``warm-up'' before hopefully taking on the 10st division's top dog.
Michelle Smith's mother is rightly incensed her daughter was allowed to abort her unborn baby with no reference to the family.
Having been a rugby fan for more than half a century, I am so incensed at what I call an insult to one of Wales' finest sons.
I was particularly incensed at his outrageous comment about ``Mrs.
A customer witnessing the incident became incensed at the extent to which the thug was terrorizing the young cashier.