(1) the plans provoked the ire of conservationists(2) Media excesses or lapses are condoned by a public which reserves its ire for the political class.(3) It was a pointed but ultimately feeble attempt to rouse more ire against the chief executive.(4) It is a choice she has never regretted, although there is one subject guarantee to raise her ire .(5) For all its ire and bombast, there's rarely blood spilt, ground shifted or damage done.(6) Once he vents his ire , the sting in his words are powerful barbs that never miss the mark.(7) Jaspers's emphasis on the importance of form over the content of psychopathology provokes the authors' ire .(8) If anything, he should have directed his ire at the umpires, who are required to regulate the comings and goings of fieldsmen.(9) Despite drawing critical fire and reactionary ire , the show's back for a second series.(10) The only person on the boat whose ire they did not care to engage was the doctor's.(11) Better to pay lip service to the morals police than bring down their provincial ire on your head.(12) In the coming years, we will see that his ire , if anything, was far too restrained.(13) Henry's daughter Daisy is among the protesters and he is full of ire and sarcasm about them.(14) It fuels their ire and gives them justification for treating others like garbage.(15) The idea had merit, and he could explain it to the rest of his family without drawing their ire .(16) Exercising their ire at the moment is the police, with their aggressive attitude towards gun use.