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Definition of "ire" []

  • Anger; wrath. See Synonyms at anger. (noun)
  • Anger; wrath (noun)

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Use "ire" in a sentence
  • "He adds that there are more serious acts committed by other politicians that should receive more ire from the Paraguayan citizens, and that the press should return to focusing on the “national agenda.”"
  • "Vandalism against those who provoke their ire is not uncommon."
  • "Public ire is simmering these days over what one news channel referred to as Pakistan's "jumbo-sized" cabinet: It is made up of 61 ministers and advisers, several among them marginally qualified or shadowed by graft allegations."