We were incensed by their bad behaviour.
In summer, they usually burn some coil incense to keep away the mosquitoes.
Agalwood incense could make you feel calm, also can purify our magnetic field.
Cruelty incenses kind people.
The Mitzvah Incense, which means that our mind is free from taints of misdeeds, evil jealousy, avarice, anger, spoliation, and hatred.
A bitter, aromatic gum resin extracted from an Asiatic plant (Ferula galbaniflua) or any of several related plants and used in incense and medicinally as a counterirritant.
Incense is burnt in some religious services.
Harry was too incensed to speak.
Once they are inside, worshippers collect incense sticks.
What particularly incensed feminist leader Caroline de Haas
People come here every day to make offering incense sticks and pray.
In addition, incense burners, vases, plates and other objects were discovered.
Oh, I'd be incensed. So you see what I'm getting at?
The official was incensed at the lack of respect shown to him.
The incense mixes with the smells of vendors selling traditional snacks and sweets.
I smelled the incense of a nine-hundred-year-old Confucian temple a hundred feet away.
She said his faith in this would be, Sweet incense to her memory.
Discover a different kind of energy in Ho Chi Minh city’s incense filled temples.
They burn candles and strong smelling incense to help spirits find their way home.
Well, you mention these reports that he was detained and maybe incensed about that.
The incense smoke carries their messages to the gods.
In the age of the microblog, thousands of incensed middle-class people took up her case.
And she was so incensed at your demoting Hugh from the management of the mill.
It is incensed that South Korea's supreme court last year ordered Japanese firms to compensate victims.
They resemble two incense sticks used at sacrifices. It's very inauspicious, and might enrage all present.
There are men from whom warm words are small indignity. I meant not to incense thee.