angry


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feeling or showing anger

Synonyms for angry

feeling or showing anger

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(of the elements) as if showing violent anger

severely inflamed and painful

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Some people," said the Chief Counselor, "enjoy getting angry.
It was a happy thought for you to yell all together, for that made me as angry as I have ever been.
At your bidding I suffused my sweet self over the mind of aegis-bearing Jove, and laid him to rest; meanwhile you hatched a plot against Hercules, and set the blasts of the angry winds beating upon the sea, till you took him to the goodly city of Cos, away from all his friends.
I am afraid you've made Charlie very angry, though.
Shall we assume that they are not only less angry but quite gentle, and that they have been converted and for very shame, if for no other reason, cannot refuse to come to terms?
How were we to know that John Harned, who was so coldly angry, should go suddenly mad
Goddess," replied Ulysses, "do not be angry with me about this.
A loud cry, followed by angry reproaches, immediately resounded.
If you would speak to the Earl on such a subject, you insolent young puppy, you may save your breath," thundered an angry voice, and Simon de Montfort strode, scowling, into the room.
Why, I would not have you mention this any more," said Sophia, "for it may come to my father's ears, and he would be angry with Mr Jones; though I really believe, as you say, he meant nothing.
Bring up the great bull buffaloes, the blue-skinned herd bulls with the angry eyes.
I was angry with him once myself, and I found I was in the wrong.
To throw off this burden as quickly as possible, on the third day after his arrival he went, angry and scowling and without answering questions as to where he was going, to Mitenka's lodge and demanded an account of everything.
At first he was very angry, but on seeing Pinocchio stretched out on the floor and really without feet, he felt very sad and sorrowful.
But Philip could not bear to be angry with him long, and even when convinced that he was in the right, would apologise humbly.