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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincensedin·censed /ɪnˈsenst/ adjective [not before noun]  very angry syn furiousincensed at Fans were incensed at the decision to ban the song.incensed that Passengers are incensed that rail companies make huge profits while service remains poor.
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incensedPerry was incensed by the committee's recommendations.Colonel Monroe became incensed when two of the junior officers did not treat him with respect.In her incensed whisper she called me names I didn't understand.incensed thatCould it be Claudine, incensed that she had come back?They were incensed that some one from the lower caste should have become leader of their gang.Marks became incensed that the children did not treat him with respect.
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