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Former eBay chief executive officer Devin Wenig, who isn’t charged, last year texted a colleague expressing worry and anger over the unflattering coverage.

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The most successful trickle-up campaigns of the last decade have been inspired not by fear, or anger, but by excitement.

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Martin Luther King’s struggle for civil rights was motivated as much by anger at injustice as by love.

Additionally, if your family suffers from a lack of privilege, it’s essential to talk about how to handle the anger that comes along with discrimination.

One source of anger for the defund movement was that Faulconer had proposed an SDPD spending increase, even though the city’s budget was shrinking from the pandemic.

If Christie was not a presidential aspirant with an anger-management problem, the episode might not even make the list.

Neither is unnerved by her apparent anger, nor do they see her as threatening.

Most of us have an unhealthy relationship with anger, writes author and psychologist Andrea Brandt.

But instead of just quietly releasing a statement through a publicist, she broadcasted her anger far and wide.

Anger often manifests in withholders as another self-destructive but more socially acceptable feeling or behavior, like anxiety.

Instinctively he tried to hide both pain and anger—it could only increase this distance that was already there.

Then she put her anger from her; put from her, too, the insolence and scorn with which so lavishly she had addressed him hitherto.

Say that my anger has no bounds—that my heart is breaking—will break and kill me, if he persists in his ingratitude and cruelty.

All these exhibitions of temper and anger result from what I have pointed out to your Majesty in many other letters.

Uncle David felt for a moment so transported with anger, that I think he was on the point of striking him.


On this page you'll find 218 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to anger, such as: acrimony, animosity, annoyance, antagonism, displeasure, and enmity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.