irate

Exasperated vs Irate - What's the difference?

exasperated | irate | Related terms |

Exasperated is a related term of irate.


As adjectives the difference between exasperated and irate

is that exasperated is greatly annoyed; made furious while irate is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

As a verb exasperated

is (exasperate).

Irate vs Wroth - What's the difference?

irate | wroth | Related terms |

Irate is a related term of wroth.


As adjectives the difference between irate and wroth

is that irate is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged while wroth is full of anger; wrathful.

Stoic vs Irate - What's the difference?

stoic | irate |


As adjectives the difference between stoic and irate

is that stoic is (stoic) while irate is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

As a noun stoic

is (stoic).

Irate vs F - What's the difference?

irate | f |


As an adjective irate

is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

As a letter f is

the sixth letter of the.

As a symbol f is

(label) symbol for fluorine.

Content vs Irate - What's the difference?

content | irate |


As adjectives the difference between content and irate

is that content is satisfied; in a state of satisfaction while irate is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

As a noun content

is (uncountable) that which is contained or content can be satisfaction; contentment.

As a verb content

is to give contentment or satisfaction; to satisfy; to gratify; to appease.

Vex vs Irate - What's the difference?

vex | irate |


As a noun vex

is (space|esa).

As an adjective irate is

extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

Irate vs Fury - What's the difference?

irate | fury |


As an adjective irate

is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

As a proper noun fury is

(lb) female personification of vengeance ().

Inflamed vs Irate - What's the difference?

inflamed | irate | Related terms |

Inflamed is a related term of irate.


As adjectives the difference between inflamed and irate

is that inflamed is resulting from or affected by inflammation while irate is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

As a verb inflamed

is (inflame).

Euphoria vs Irate - What's the difference?

euphoria | irate |


As a noun euphoria

is an excited state of joy, a good feeling, a state of intense happiness.

As an adjective irate is

extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

Impassioned vs Irate - What's the difference?

impassioned | irate | Related terms |

Impassioned is a related term of irate.


As adjectives the difference between impassioned and irate

is that impassioned is filled with intense emotion or passion; fervent while irate is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

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