- s feeling or showing extreme anger
- Eileen Fulton, who has played the wicked Lisa on As the World Turns for 16 years, was punched in front of Manhattan's Lord Taylor by an irate fellow shopper who had confused .
- At the time, Soames's remarks seemed excessively mean-spirited, and an irate Prime Minister John Major forbade him from repeating them .
- Unconvinced, some irate citizens are barring their children from local playgrounds, covering up their pools and beehives and, in some cases, moving out of their houses to motels.
News & Articles
- Creek County Sheriff Service Calls
June 3 6:39 irate subject, 3300 block of W. 61st 11:25 lake patrol, vicinity of Heyburn Lake 13:00 suspicious activity, 7200 block of 78th, door knocking
June 15, 2013 - Sapulpa Daily Herald
- Village of Andover office to get security cameras
An “irate” man who came into the village hall, allegedly shouting profanity at staff working there, Police Chief Jim Rumfelt said, was the catalyst for the village’s decision to have security cameras installed to monitor the inside of the office.
June 14, 2013 - Wellsville Daily Reporter
- Enduring Dunkin Donuts rant wins workers award
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., June 13 (UPI) -- Two Dunkin Donuts workers in Florida who kept their cool when an irate customer let loose with a racist tirade are being hailed by the company.
June 13, 2013 - UPI
- Mikhail Saakashvili in International Herald Tribune
Our territorial integrity will be restored, I am more convinced of this than ever,Saakashvili said in a televised appearance. "This will not be an easy process, but now this is a process between an irate Russia and the rest of the world."
- Steve Bruce in The Times
There will be a few irate people,Bruce said. "Can you imagine going to Fergie (Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson) and telling him 'by the way, you're not playing at home this week, you are playing in Japan'? I'd like to see it!"
- Sam Adams in Rutherford Institute
As that great revolutionary firebrand Samuel Adams pointed out, "It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brushfires in people's minds."