3 Also against his three friends was his wrath kindled, because they had found no answer, and yet had condemned Job.
3 He was also angry with the three friends, because they had found no way to refute Job, and yet had condemned him.
3 He burned with anger also at Job's three friends because they had found no answer, although they had declared Job to be in the wrong.
3 He was also angry with the three friends because they had neither come up with an answer nor proved Job wrong.
3 Also against his three friends his wrath was aroused, because they had found no answer, and yet had condemned Job.
3 He was also angry with Job's three friends, for they made God appear to be wrong by their inability to answer Job's arguments.
Matthew Henry's Commentary on Job 32:3
Commentary on Job 32:1-5
(Read Job 32:1-5)
Job's friends were silenced, but not convinced. Others had been present. Elihu was justly displeased with Job, as more anxious to clear his own character than the justice and goodness of God. Elihu was displeased with Job's friends because they had not been candid to Job. Seldom is a quarrel begun, more seldom is a quarrel carried on, in which there are not faults on both sides. Those that seek for truth, must not reject what is true and good on either side, nor approve or defend what is wrong.