enrage


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I knew she was exhorting me to fire upon the beast; but this I did not wish to do other than as a last resort, for I was quite sure that even my heavy bullets would not more than further enrage him--in which case he might easily force an entrance to our cave.
I cried to Delcarte not to fire until we reached his side, for I was fearful lest our small caliber, steel-jacketed bullets should, far from killing the beast, tend merely to enrage it still further.
My friend," besought Poirot, "I implore you, do not enrage yourself
how it did enrage me to notice that he was not in the least put out by our silence!
You seem trying to enrage me, to make me leave you.