anger[ ang-ger ]SEE DEFINITION OF anger
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANGER
She looked with concern and anger upon me—No compliance, I find!
Anger contracted the face of Henry Allister; he nodded gravely.
I replied, that her pleasantry was much more agreeable than her anger.
It was out of this anger, oddly enough, that the memory of the girl came to him.
Yet the effort she made, and with success, to restrain the show of her anger, was far from slight.
Cornelius, leaving his mother, took refuge with his anger in his own room.
"Hear me," he went on, in an agony of entreaty mingled with something like anger.
It was not a wise thing to do, but her anger prevented her from seeing its impropriety.
"You seek to force a quarrel, sir," said the young man, white with anger.
Nevertheless, there was no anger in Dr. Ed's mind, only a vague and inarticulate regret.