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incensed (adj.)

"full of wrath, inflamed with anger," 1590s, past-participle adjective from incense (v.1). Earlier it was used in heraldry, in reference to fire-breathing animals (1570s). Distinguished in pronunciation from incensed "perfumed witrh incense" (1610s), from incense (v.2).

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Definitions of incensed

incensed (adj.)
angered at something unjust or wrong;
incensed at the judges' unfairness
Synonyms: indignant / outraged / umbrageous
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