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


Would she be sure to recognize any equivocation, and be angrier at that?

But Daedalus, instead of being proud of his nephew, was angrier than before.

A voice inside Francis took part with the old man, and made him yet angrier.

Angry he was at Warboise's disloyalty; angrier at the manner of it.

She was angrier with Cora than she had ever been before since the opening of Pinewood Hall.

Michael will be angry if I don't; but I expect he'll be angrier if I go in these clothes.

And he was angrier than ever when Solomon Own said to him, "It's your turn!"

And he was surprised to find that his remark only made Mr. Crow angrier than ever.

I told him what I thought about things, and I think I made him angrier.

She was angry now, and the longer she thought the angrier she got.