adjective. ['ˈɪnˌsɛnst'] angered at something unjust or wrong.
Rhymes with Incensed
Sentences with incensed
1. Verb, past tense
This Reconstruction period incensed many Southern Democrats accustomed to controlling their own state governments.
Ignite the sage then blow it out to release its incensed smoke.
Quotes about incensed
1. Was not Hypatia the greatest philosopher of Alexandria, and a true martyr to the old values of learning? She was torn to pieces by a mob of incensed Christians not because she was a woman, but because her learning was so profound, her skills at dialectic so extensive that she reduced all who queried her to embarrassed silence. They could not argue with her, so they murdered her.
- Iain Pears, The Dream of Scipio