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ire

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishireire /aɪə $ aɪr/ noun [uncountable] written  ANGRYangerraise/arouse/draw somebody’s ire (=make someone angry) The proposal has drawn the ire of local residents.
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ireThat, too, is raising the neighbours' ire.Such was the good doctor's ire that he insisted that S4C's subsidy should be stopped.But she also attracted the ire of advocacy groups.But the idea of such a garage has drawn the ire of park purists.In addition to facing the ire of frustrated riders, Muni has also come under fire recently from federal safety officials.She did not raise the ire of teachers.
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