Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enrage.(verb)
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Use "enrages" in a sentence
"The Clinton name enrages and energizes the Republicans, and she does not help in attracting independent voters."
"Attempts to reform the university in 1967 further frustrated students, leading a few with political activist backgrounds to form a group called the enrages — a name that originated in the French Revolution and literally means "angry people.""
"Conservatives (And their mainstream enablers) have long suffered under the misapprehension that Ann Coulter "enrages" liberals or some such nonsense."