angry (part of speech: adjective)
194. Sir Richard Maitland, incensed
at the boldness and impunity of the thieves of Liddesdale in his time, has attacked them with keen iambicks.
- "Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd ed) (1 of 3)", Walter Scott.
The king, mightily incensed
with the six queens, had them, on the following day, buried alive in the ground.
- "Folk-Tales of Bengal", Lal Behari Day.
While I watched, her eyes lifted to me a gaze more reproachful than haughty, more mournful than incensed.
- "Shirley", Charlotte Brontë.