raise anger

See: incense
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
Thirdly, how to raise anger, or appease anger in another.
It appears that targets are being specially selected to raise anger across the country.
Ministers feared that the arrival of participants from apartheid-era South Africa could raise anger in a city still haunted by memories of the 1981 Toxteth riots.
"Facebook pages were used to inform and raise anger. Twitter was used to coordinate efforts and YouTube helped get the word out."
* "Political rhetoric definitely feeds fear and is intended to raise anger to a level where people believe they must 'take action.' It probably leads to more threats of violence than actual acts of violence, but since you cannot predict which threats will be carried out, precautionary measures become necessary.
That in itself will raise anger from families living under an extended BIA flightpath and there is a viable argument in favour of saying that their objections must be taken just as seriously as the protests from Church Lawford.
The festival was a flagship part of Merseyside's regeneration strategy, but ministers feared the sight of a delegation from apartheid-era South Africa could raise anger in a city still recovering from the 1981 Toxteth riots.