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Enrage expresses intense anger, often resulting from a provocation or insult. SlideHer unfair accusation would enrage even the calmest person.
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Use 'enrage' when describing a situation or action that triggers the anger. SlideThe decision to cancel the event at the last minute could enrage the attendees.
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'Enrage' implies a direct cause of the anger, not just a general feeling. SlideThe late payment fees enrage customers who believe they've been on time.