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Sentence count:54+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: angryindignantmadSimilar words: aspirationinspirationrateprateoperateberatevibrategrate onMeaning: ['aɪ'reɪt]  adj. feeling or showing extreme anger. 
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1. The irate animal made for us, coming at a full jump.
2. The announcement was designed to pacify the irate crowd.
3. We have received some irate phone calls from customers.
4. He received a flood of letters from irate constituents.
5. The TV station has been under siege from irate viewers phoning in to complain.
6. The owner was so irate he almost threw me out of the place.
7. A well-constructed troll will provoke irate or confused responses from flamers and newbies.
8. Irate residents helped defeat each proposal.
9. The document described her phone conversation with the irate customer.
10. The irate king returned[], and devised another scheme to doom the lucky boy.
11. Suddenly he was apprehended by an irate Scout master who took a dim view of being woken at such an hour.
12. Nevertheless irate parents clogged hearings devoted to the school budget to attack the middle school changes.
13. On another some one told him that an irate parishioner had threatened to punch Ray in the nose.
14. Irate customers who bother to complain to their local water executives will be told the rises are no higher than were forecast.
15. He was irate that a public service broadcaster such as S4C should be involved in bidding for a commercial contract.
16. The federation was irate because it had wanted to send them on a world tour after the World Cup.
17. Maybe other irate walkers would bear that in mind the next time they see the army out on an exercise.
18. I was thrown out by some irate trendy who kept muttering something about royalties.
19. Round a dark corner with an irate husband behind you.
20. Those irate fans, however, may be mollified if the committee continues to deal consistently with all such offenders.
21. A good telephone voice can do much to improve the temper of irate callers.
22. Stressors can also be negative events, like dealing with an irate boss, getting stuck in traffic, or undergoing surgery.
23. You can almost hear them booed in tandem by the Giants' irate fans.
24. A good telephone voice can do much to improve the temper of irate or unhappy callers.
25. The insurance cover is designed to protect intermediaries against suits for damages brought by irate customers.
26. She pictured the man stamping down through his pub, irate and duty-bound.
27. To be sure, many of those calls were orchestrated by political interest groups and stimulated by irate talk show hosts.
28. It is a sound which can be imitated fairly easily and I've brought irate stags near by issuing an apparent challenge.
29. Until recently, the utility generally had to wait to hear of problems until irate customers like Graham called.
30. On several occasions she has been hurried through them by impatient attorneys and by irate psychopaths on their way to methadone-maintenance clinics.
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