wrathful


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  • adj

Synonyms for wrathful

Synonyms for wrathful

full of or marked by extreme anger

Synonyms for wrathful

vehemently incensed and condemnatory

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So we raced along, behind us a howling, screaming bedlam of wrathful Greeks, Collinsville ahead, and bullets spat-spatting all around us.
His free nature asserted itself, and he showed his teeth and snarled fearlessly in the face of the wrathful god.
Not that I would have a grudge against such wrathful ones on that account: they are well enough for laughter to me
And when Edward's name was spoken, Society shook its head, and laid its finger on its lip, and sighed, and looked very grave; and those who had sons about his age, waxed wrathful and indignant, and hoped, for Virtue's sake, that he was dead.
Then came more of the wrathful monsters, whose like they almost seemed to be in their wildness and their untamed air, screeching and turning round and round again; and still, before, behind, and to the right and left, was the same interminable perspective of brick towers, never ceasing in their black vomit, blasting all things living or inanimate, shutting out the face of day, and closing in on all these horrors with a dense dark cloud.
You toy with wrathful forces and there's no mercy in nature," growls the police officer.
Vadia'ti underscored Iran's commitment to its undertakings under the JCPOA and its efforts to return peace and stability to the international community, and said, "Therefore, in the next few years, the representatives of the (Israeli) regime will grow even more furious and wrathful.
Later works of the 15th to 17th centuries, some attributed to Western Tibet, include several thangkas focusing on the Buddha and various Buddhist divinities (figure 1), and Mahakala and other wrathful deities.
The wrathful form of Shiva is adorned with jewels and stands on an elaborately carved stele.
the album is heavy with blunt-force chronicles of stick-ups and street pharmaceuticals, wrathful condemnations of police brutality, and prayers that his enemy's bullets miss.
Incredibly, Jim is reanimated by a sorcerer in a technologically modified body that he now shares with an ancient, wrathful entity named Ninip.
Although some dialogue between the angels Lucifer and Michael is artistic interpretation, much of the text is directly from Scripture, including God's wrathful judgment upon Adam and Eve: "Cursed are you above all livestock and all wild animals
The 57-year-old dramatises each sin while wildlife footage illustrates the same behaviour in the animal kingdom - from envious lions to wrathful hippos - and scientists unpick the reasons this behaviour is, in fact, a survival mechanism.
How safe is this work on a stormy beach that sees one hundred mile per hour winds and wrathful rains?
The question now is: Will the government back down, eat crow and restart the process, or will it stubbornly take the chance of facing a wrathful electorate come voting day just down the road?