Which preposition to use with enraged

at Occurrences 102%

The culprit sprang up speechless with dismay, enraged at the loss of the food he was hungry forenraged at "the fool fry-pan"enraged at the fool Colonel for balancing it so badly.

against Occurrences 23%

He killed it at the very moment that his father Shedad, enraged against him, had come, accompanied by his brother, to do him ill.

with Occurrences 18%

20 And thou, my sire, not destined by thy birth To turn to dust, and mix with common earth, How wilt thou toss, and rave, and long to die, And quit thy claim to immortality; When thou shalt feel, enraged with inward pains, The Hydra's venom rankling in thy veins'?

at Occurrences 15%

He had evidently left the Colonel very much enraged at some curt comment.

to Occurrences 6%

Enraged to despair, he forced the lock of a door that led from the yard to the garden, and made his escape.

with Occurrences 4%

"We ought to have known better," grunted Farley, equally enraged with himself.

by Occurrences 3%

There was likewise a large body of impenitent sinners whom he had refused to cure, relapsed sinners whose diseases had returned, worldly young men whom he would not receive as disciples, avaricious persons whom he had enraged by causing the money which they had been in hopes of possessing to be distributed in alms.

on Occurrences 3%

The man was greatly enraged on finding he had been cheated, but was treated with the most audacious coolness, and after some altercation left the store, as he said, to seek redress elsewhere, but I have no doubt he went off with the intention of losing his deposit.

over Occurrences 3%

In the nineteenth century, a man hung for an idea!" At another time the doctor became very much enraged over some news that I had laid before him.

against Occurrences 3%

The Countess being so far successful, began now to conceive great hopes of compleating her scheme of assassination, and drew over the Earl of Somerset her husband, to her party, and he who a few years before, had obtained the honour of knighthood for Overbury, was now so enraged against him, that he coincided in taking measures to murder his friend.

to Occurrences 2%

George Henryit is with regret that it is admittedhad a wild hope that this creditor would become enraged to the point of making a personal assault on him from this simple summing up of affairs, because he had an imbedded desire to lick, or anyway try to lick, this particular person, could he be provoked into an encounter.

from Occurrences 1%

He became still more violently enraged from this cause and did not shrink from searching for the document, seizing it, and then carrying it into the senate and subsequently the assembly, and reading it.

as Occurrences 1%

Perdosa protested that he had had nothing to do with it, but Captain Selover, enraged as always when his precious deck was soiled, would not listen.

by Occurrences 1%

All the members were adherents and nominees of the Medici, but were so enraged by the cowardly surrender of the fortresses that they already had the air of a republican assembly.

than Occurrences 1%

cried Paou, more enraged than ever.

without Occurrences 1%

This execution enraged without terrifying the rebels; they attacked the Welsh army, routed them, put them to the sword without mercy; and, having seized Pembroke, they took immediate revenge upon him for the death of their leader.

in Occurrences 1%

For besides that he was seen coming with a body of nearly four hundred men, who, enraged in consequence of the disgraceful nature of the occurrence, had accompanied him from the city, the unsheathed knife, and his being himself besmeared with blood, attracted to him the attention of the entire camp; and the gowns, seen in many parts of the camp had caused the number of people from the city to appear much greater than it really was.

of Occurrences 1%

When the consul had recounted these particulars, ascertained from the information of the deserters, to the soldiers already enraged of themselves, they then, filled with confidence in both divine and human aid, with one universal shout, demanded the battle; were dissatisfied at the action being deferred to the following day; they are impatient under the intended delay of a day and a night.

over Occurrences 1%

" Enraged over something the local newspaper had printed about him, a subscriber burst into the editor's office in search of the responsible reporter.

under Occurrences 1%

Being so feminine, so enraged under her calm and ease, she was, of course, not completely consistent.

beyond Occurrences 1%

do you dare to say I have neglected my duty?" exclaimed the gouvernante, enraged beyond bounds at this display of insubordination in one whose spirit she had left no means untried to bend to her will, and forgetting herself in the passion of the moment, enforced her words by what is termed a sound box on the ear.

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