irate in a sentence

use irate in a sentence

irate;

[adjective] extremely angry; furious;

I receive some irate emails.

The airport bus waited for about thirty minutes, full of irate passengers.

Players get very irate if they think you have given the wrong decision, i.e. a goal kick instead of a corner.

She was really afraid due to the irate phone calls and even death threats.

Hayley had been delayed at the office by an irate caller complaining about his name being misspelled in today’s Island Times Police Beat column.

A few weeks later, I got a call from my irate mother, yelling about how I had ruined her couch.

Quite a few irate readers threatened to cancel their subscriptions.

Police say an irate armed man at the wheel of the armor-plated bulldozer tore down many of the town’s buildings.